Vintage 95 Series custom surfing cards

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Make your own vintage surfing card with Starr Cards.

Vintage 95 series is one of several premium custom surfing card designs that can be unlocked within Starr Cards award-winning Surfing Card Maker for the iPhone, iPad, or iPod. Its old-timey appearance is the perfect fit for an up-and-coming surfer or surfing school — each and every card is sure to become a collectable keepsake.

MAKE YOUR OWN CUSTOM SURFING CARD


The Vintage 95 card design — modeled after a historic 1895 trading card series — features a striking sepia tone photo with a distinctive charcoal-grey frame.

Surfer card template from Starr Cards Surfing Card Maker.

By default, the backsides of cards feature entertaining surfing insider capsules, and the best quotes from the history of the sport.

BEYOND THE SURFING CARD TEMPLATE


Like all of our card series, we’ve loaded the Vintage 95 design with goodies so you can produce the ultimate surfer cards. No mere surfing card template, every aspect of your trading card is fully customizable:

Make your own custom surfing cards with Starr Cards.

★ surfer’s name, and card number ★ home beach, city, or country
★ surfing highlights ★ anecdote, trivia, or background

BACK TO THE FUTURE


Starr Cards Vintage 95 series evokes memories of a time when a loaf of bread cost three cents, “America the Beautiful” was among the most popular published music, The Yellow Kid debuted as a comic strip, and surfing remained very-much a Hawaiian thing, even after being briefly introduced to Santa Cruz, California in 1885.

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Discover for yourself why Starr Cards is being hailed as “the most exciting development in sports card collecting in the new millennium.” If seeing is believing, then Starr Cards is sure to make you both a believer and a diehard fan. If you like surfing, you’re gonna love your Starr Cards custom surfing cards!

2014-05-18T01:02:46+00:00 April 25th, 2014|

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