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    First attempt at customs in a while

    I tried to make a few customs a few years back but they were pretty much just pictures with a border. I decided to try again and made one that actually looks like a card.
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    I based it off of my favorite base set of all time, 2005 Fleer Tradition. I decided to start with Pat Neshek because I know he'll sign it TTM.

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    The text is a bit off from the original but is the closest I could find. The border color is a bit brighter than the original but that's because when I print it, it looks much darker than the digital version. I'm trying out different types of paper so I'll just end up adjusting it so that it looks right when I print it.

    Thoughts or tips? I can also share the template if anyone is interested.
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    That is a beautiful card congrats on that . that year and product was a great stock
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    Please bare with me sometimes my work schedule changes in a matter of minutes.Trade list is currently a work in progress if you don't see anything please ask.

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