2-Tier (or Two Slots) Barely Adorned Playing Card Holder - Made of Fine Pine Wood Made in USA

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Our "Barely Adorned" card holders are great at being a helping hand when your hands are busy with snacks. They also work great for those who just need a little extra help holding the cards. Perfect for playing cards, index cards, or even envelopes. Made with pine wood, stained and then we print a beautiful design directly on the card holder.  Our simple but attractive two layer card holder is made right here in Circleville, Ohio! It measures 9 inches and has three slanting grooves of differing depths to hold three layers of cards for easy viewing. Made of REAL wood and as such the color of the wood may vary slightly as the natural design beauty of each card holder shines through.

About the High Quality Wood We Use:

Yep, we use wood that is a LOT different than many other card holders floating around out there. We don't buy the cheap "stud" lumber that is filled with knots, bows and flaws. This is something you hold in your hand so we seek out and use only the highest grade pine wood available on the market with unsurpassed quality of finish. These babies have no knots when we start, so every part of the board is smooth and beautiful. They are Kiln dried which helps limit any bowing and allows the beauty of the pine to shine through. As you already know, wood is a natural material so your holder will vary in color and grain pattern from the presented pictures but the quality will still be awesome.

Includes 1 "Barely Adorned", 9 inch wooden playing card holder with TW0 (2) tiered (or slanted) slots to put your cards in.

Dimensional Detail = ~1.5" x 9.0" x ~1.5"

Playing cards and the quarter are used for display purposes and are not included.


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Manufacturer Recommended Minimum Age:
12 Years
I just got more of these and your new card holders are so much better than the ones I bought a year or so ago. The cards just fit better in the slots.
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