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Laissez les bon temps rouler! Let the good times roll, y'all! This is a deck inspired by the annual celebration and party that is Mardi Gras.
Illustrated by Dave Edgerly, artist behind Edgy Brothers' Dia de los Muertos playing cards and the Grimoire Series, this deck will have completely custom courts, AoS and Jokers - all based on the celebration and inspired by the krewes of Mardi Gras.
Intricately designed with a classic Southern feel, these cards appeal to my Cajun roots and remind me of how much I enjoy visiting New Orleans, especially during Carnival season!
The Ace of Spades features the traditional King Cake. Hundreds of thousands of King Cakes are eaten in New Orleans during the Carnival season. There is a small plastic baby hidden inside and whoever finds it has luck and prosperity for the rest of the year. They also have to buy next years' King Cake!
* Manufactured by Expert Playing Card Company
* Gold Foil on Tuck Case
* Gold Metallic ink on cards
* Master Finish
* 54 Card Deck
Custom Seal stretch goal unlocks at $10K
Second deck and second custom seal Unlocks at $15k
1.75 inch coin manufactured by coinsforanything.com
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Risks and challenges
After being directly involved in 3 successful Kickstarter card campaigns, I'm proud to be launching my first solo project. Through my experiences on previous campaigns I've learned how important it is to stay engaged with my Backers, answering their questions and listening to their feedback so a project can reach its potential. I'm going to stay active on the message boards and provide regular updates.
I've decided to keep my pledge tiers simple. Of course, Backers are still free to add to their pledges by purchasing as many Add Ons as they like - I just don't want the tiers becoming too complicated as that tends to complicate shipping, which slows things down. Faster shipping, happier Backers. Which brings me to fulfillment. This is easily the most challenging aspect of a successful campaign. No matter how on schedule Creators are, the vendors' schedules are a different story. With Dia de los Muertos, we encountered delays from different manufacturers that were beyond our control. So, I've decided to be even more conservative this time and plan on completing fulfillment for this project in May. There is every chance I could fulfill earlier than that, but it's more realistic to plan on delays. I plan on using Backerkit to help make the fulfillment process as organized as possible.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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