Published at Thursday, November 22nd 2018. by Debra Coleman in Deck Box.
Card checkbox. The first look at the Esther Starr playing cards, Bipa COPO playing card company. Now, this is one of the most unique decks that has come out this year and I can't wait to open it up and show it off to you guys by the way. This is a current Kickstarter project, so this actually isn't the final product. This is a prototype that was sent to me by Kevin you from the COPO blank card company, so I'm going to pop it open and see what's crack-a-lacking' on the inside wow, you know what that is a gorgeous box. It looks so pretty in the plastic that I almost wanna leave it in there. That thing is gorgeous. You got the UH, the gold foil on the green and uh, we'll look at more details of the box once I crack open this plastic here. The Esther start playing cards an exclusive first look. First off on the box, you're gonna see a ton of gold foil, outlining all the designs on the front. You see it says Esther star, star of hope on the back you're gonna see more artwork, then top you see once again the logo and that gold foil, looking extremely gorgeous this box is craftsmanship once I pop it open.
That's when we're really gonna see all the work that went into this deck believe you pop up this top half right here, so you pop open that end and there's your little piece that went along at the top of the box. We'll put that down here. For now, and then I don't know if that's ever gonna get old now, Kevin actually told me that this box, the origami and the engineering behind it to make something that will open like this and stay like this for a long period of time and not Break he said it took over a year and a half to craft that box but doesn't matter if the box is amazing if the cards aren't so, let's check out the cards by the way we need to open it up. You're gonna see more artwork on the box right there, alright, so my gosh more plastic, all right. So once we take off the cellophane of the box, you're gonna see an ad card right up here. On top, it says, Esther star stars are really in the night sky, with a kind of like a flat, matte green version of the cards. You have another ad card for the COPO and then here's the deck itself and that's the back design you're working with for the Pips. You just have some classic design with some changed font, just very simple tips but they're. Following the green and gold color scheme that you see on the box now right out the box, I don't know about you guys, I always like to break in cards before I use them because of lots of times when you get them to read out of the box.
The really stiff art affaire, oh, but this is really my first time using them so far, I'm really liking the way they handle. They have very thin borders. As you can see now, I've sent it past. One of my favorite things about bacopa playing card company is that they're really making unique designs, and this certainly falls onto that path, not only because of the box, but also the theme behind the deck all right I'll. Give you guys one quicker. Look at the box once again, Kevin told me that this box took a year and a half the design correctly so that it stays together and I can actually. I know it's hard for me to tell cuz. I just opened it, but I can definitely see it being durable. It's kind of hard to tell you guys without you holding it because it's just really really thick cardboard and everything on the inside is laced and connected very, very well. Yeah. The cars handle great. I'm really loving the way they feel, especially since this is a brand new deck and it's a prototype which impresses me, because this isn't even the final version and it handles phenomenally, alright guys. So there you have it. My first look at the Esther Star playing cards and all their glory with the incredible box. I cannot wait to use these on the rig and show them off to all of my magic friends which might sound sarcastic. But yes, my magic friends but hope you guys enjoyed that first look. I really think these are awesome. Cars, a little design, love the durability and I love the methodology. The the thinking that went behind the name, the design you know naming after a biblical character.
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