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This listing is for a single Battlestar Galactica inspired card with WHAT THE FRAK? printed in bright red ink in a stylized design.

Details
Size: 4.25 x 5.5 inches, with cut off corners
Paper: Bright white 100lb card stock
Envelopes: Matching Red
Printing: Letterpress
Ink colours: Red
Inside: Blank
Packaging: Individual clear protective sleeves

The Story
I just got through rewatching the entirety of Battlestar Galactica and could resist making these cards with the famous "What the Frak?" phrase custom designed to mimic the BSG title. And, of course, the corners had to be cut off to create the proper BSG look. Are they geeky? Yes! But you know you'll love sending them to your friends.

Coasters are also be available (as seen in the last photo!): www.etsy.com/listing/105658953/what-the-frak-letterpress-coasters-set

Cards are printed from magnesium plates on 100lb Pop Tone card stock made by The French Paper Company, one of the last small independently run paper mills in America. French Paper produces many wonderful papers and is extremely environmentally friendly, which makes us happy.

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There may only be one of this product listed but we usually have more in stock so if you don’t see it listed or you would like multiples send me a convo and I’ll work with you to put together a custom order.

What the Frak Letterpress Card - Battlestar Galactica (BSG)

$4.50 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: card, paper, envelope, letterpress, ink
  • Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States
  • Feedback: 573 reviews
  • Favorited by: 107 people