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Vintage Newspaper Game Pieces Ephemera Collage Pack for Altered Art, Card Making,  Mixed Media Assemblages

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Vintage newspaper educational game cards for your altered art or card making projects. A set of 12 different children’s playing cards. 10 with cute primitive illustrations. I assume that students are to draw a card and follow the instructions which tell them to locate something in the newspaper then write their findings or work a related math problem. Colors represent different areas such as math, science, social studies.

Don’t know age of game but must date to the 70’s or early 80’s. One card says to find Dr. Rubles’ health column. Another says if you had $750 dollars, plan a vacation to anywhere in the world.
I don’t see any creases or spots, look pretty unused. Back side of card is completely blank so would work great as a notecard or some kind of tag. Great possibilities for OOAK greeting cards.

Cards are approximately 5 ½ inches X 4 ¼ inches ( approx. 14 cm X 10.8 cm)
Nice pastel cardstock. I have more of these if needed.

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Vintage Newspaper Game Pieces Ephemera Collage Pack for Altered Art, Card Making, Mixed Media Assemblages

Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1950s
  • Material: cardstock
  • Feedback: 658 reviews
  • Ships from South Carolina, United States to select countries.
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