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Newt's Playing CardsYour photo to be turned into Poker playing cards : The first store in the U.S. dedicated to family-friendly playing cards now offers an online "designer" that allows anyone to create their own card back on a deck of poker-sized playing cards, then have as little as one deck at a time professionally printed. Since its inception in 2000, Newt's Playing Cards has been at the forefront of the playing card craze that has swept across the United States and the world due to the popularity of card games like Texas Hold 'Em Poker and collectibles like the Iraqi Most Wanted deck. This designer takes the playing card world to the "next level."
Your photo to be turned into Poker playing cardsCustomized playing cards
"Over the past couple of years we have sold thousands of decks of customized playing cards, one deck at a time," says founder and playing card collector James Esteph. "Now to be able to offer a tool that allows the customer to design their own cards is not only exciting for us, but a monumental moment in the world of personalization. This brings the creative side back into the gift giving world allowing users to be the actual designer of the playing cards," he explains.

Newt's Playing Cards - Design-A-Card
With the Design-A-Card "WePrintEm" online tool, anyone can design their own photo playing cards by uploading their own image, selecting a border, adding text, and even choosing the face or style of cards they want (like canasta, pinochle, jumbo index, poker, etc.). The options are endless while all of this is done LIVE, via the Internet. The Design-A-Cards "WePrintEm" can be purchased online for $28 a deck.

Take the "art" of cards even further
"I've been designing playing cards for over 15 years now and it takes me a LONG time to create artwork for a deck of cards," says playing card artist Peter Wood. "Now Newt's has once again taken the "art" of cards even further by allowing you to create your own custom deck online - in a fraction of the time! As an added bonus you can even use some of my artwork as the card face or to add your own text to on the card back."

Seek-N-Find playing cards
Along with allowing folks to design their own playing cards, Newt's offers major brands like Bicycle, Piatnik, U.S. Games, Copag, KEM and Congress. Newt's offers its own line of cards that are called Seek-N-Find playing cards, too. The first deck, WILD!, was released 2 years ago; a second, called Busy Bears, is available as one of the card faces that can be chosen when you design your own deck.

About Newt's Playing Cards
Established in 2000 as Newton's Novelties, Newt's began exclusively selling playing cards in 2002. Over the years Newt's has transformed into the playing card portal on the Internet offering anything from card blogs, to a card search engine. Newt's is a division of E-Quiver, Inc.

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