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Secret Weapon Postcard Book Cards – 1 Nov 2008

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About the Author

Originally from Scotland, Linzie now lives in North London. Her freelance illustration work is created digitally for clients such as Time magazine, the BBC Worldwide, The Guardian, and many more. When away from the computer she enjoys traditional print-making and book-binding.

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HASH(0x97729534) out of 5 stars Spam Art 30 April 2010
By Risa - Published on Amazon.com
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The quality of the cards are great - in a paper fight, these thick cards would win hands down for sturdiness. Also, the cards are held to the spine with glue, which means you don't have to put up with craptabulous tear-along-the-dotted-line needlessness.

Rummage through the subject lines of your spam box, hand-paint artsy-fartsy color and styling on them and print them on postcards and voilà - you have this book. All 30 cards are colorful and creative. Some of them are appropriate to send to male friends, some to female friends, and none are appropriate to send to children or your grandma (as you can imagine, there's a lot of sexual innuendo and general rude funniness).
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HASH(0x980b89f0) out of 5 stars Postcards 31 Mar. 2010
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I was pleasantly surprised about the uniqueness these postcards possess-I'm enjoying them prior to sending them!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By A. Diaz - Published on Amazon.com
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I sent these postcards as well as some Paul Frank ones as RSVP's for my wedding. My guests loved them so much, some of them never sent back them back. I'm saving the "Small Sized Loser" one for my brother in law.
By A. Przybyszewski - Published on Amazon.com
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Very clever postcards, nice and thick and easy to tear out of the book. Reasonable price and fast shipping. I definitely recommend this to anyone who is looking for a different type of postcard, aside from the touristy type.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x97729b10) out of 5 stars Weird and Fun 9 April 2011
By linden1129 - Published on Amazon.com
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These are really heavy-duty cards, and I like knowing my postcards won't get beaten up in transit. The designs are all colorful, bold and unique, but the "spam" messages chosen could have had a broader range. Most of them were sexual innuendos that only a girl would send to her boyfriend, so don't expect to find many you could send to Grandma. Otherwise this is a cute collection.
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