Tim van de Vall

Playing Cards Template


AcesDo you want to make your own playing cards? Now you can! Just download the blank playing card template PDF below, and start designing. The cards contain all the standard elements of playing cards, such as the numbers and suites. The center area of the cards, however, is left blank, allowing you to draw a picture or place a design. I imagine this template will make a fun arts and crafts projects for kids, teenagers, and any design students looking to gain a bit of practice in their field.

Blank Playing Card Template

Click on the image below to download the complete blank playing card template pdf. The PDF will open in your browser. From there, you can save it to your computer, or send it to your printer.

Playing Card Template

This PDF contains all the images you need to make your own play card deck. 52 cards, 4 jokers, and pattern for the back. Print them out on some sturdy paper and start creating your unique card deck!

If you only need to print one page from the template packet, you can do so here.

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animebryan 10/20/2015, 9:12 pm

How do you align the suit symbols? I’m trying to make a custom theme with custom suits for RPG Maker VX Ace & I’m using a Sword, Shield, Staff & Potion icons for suit symbols but I can’t find a way to align them like regular playing cards. I’m using GIMP to design them & trying to use the grid to find an alignment but it varies from number to number. Any help for this would be greatly appreciated.

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Tim van de Vall 10/21/2015, 5:32 am

I’m not sure. I don’t use Gimp, only Photoshop & Illustrator.

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John Jones 01/16/2017, 5:06 pm

Can I use these cards in a game? When it’s done I can send you it. We’ll put your name in the credits for the Card Templates too.

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Tim van de Vall 02/01/2017, 5:26 am

Hi John,

Yes if it’s a personal noncommercial game. Not if it’s for commercial use.

Tim

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