Many designs for 4x5 inch greeting cards that pop out to reveal 8x10 interior art as the card opens
Use the provided art, or make them your own with character portraits, fantasy scenes, or campaign maps.
Starburst mechanism is easy to fold and prints on the back side of any 8x10 inch art.
Custom envelopes fit exactly and are also easy to make.
Every game night is a special occasion. Let that special someone (like your DM or players) know that you care by giving them a greeting card that pops open in their face.
Every Starburst Handout is a packet stuffed with drama and emotion. Sure, there are lots of funny, irreverent greeting cards at the store. But, those cost like $5 each, they are not RPG themed, and they are severly lacking in the popping-open-in-their-face department.
Our Starburst Handouts have a custom envelope that peaks the recipient's curiosity, a cover that develops the narrative, and an expanding interior that pops the puchline in the reader's face.
Use them for invitations or thank-you notes. Act out your character's feelings for another character by giving them a envelope filled with a little too much infomation. Or, use them for in-game situations in which the players' face a choice to commit to an action with an immediate consequence.
As with all our products, you print these at home. Customize them to fit your campaign, characters, and personal style, either before printing or the old fashioned way of adding a note with a pen.
Parchment cardstock or plain or light-colored paper
How to Make
Paper crafting difficulty: Easy.
Pay what you want for the templates at DMsGuild.com. You will also gain access to a Google Drawings that you can copy and edit.
Select parchment, light-colored, or decorative paper or cardstock.
Print at home. Make as many as you like.
Follow instructions to cut, fold, and glue.
Game Night Advantages
Put players on the spot for in-game decisions, effects, or role-playing interactions.
Cut through everything that competes for players' attention with a prop that cannot be ignored.
Keep players' hands and minds on the game.
Build group cohesion with campaign-specific art.
Set the tone for your group by using invitations and thank-you notes just like your mom always told you.
Gift them to players or your DM as a unique keepsake to remember your game or character, and to show off to others.
A special message
Pops out in your face