Here is the newest template for my real cut autographs:

Front of card

Back of Card:

What do you think of the new design?

Here are some shots of a made card (note this is a REAL autograph from my personal collection):

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10 responses »

  1. I dont know, I think that the lack of a strip along the bottom looks a little bland. Might be just me though, lol.

    • chemgod says:

      The problem with putting a strip on the bottom is that when I go to trim it, there isn’t enough card and it will get bent up.

  2. Bill says:

    I ike it. I think it looks pretty sharp without the strip on the bottom. I was thinking if it had some splash of color in it, that would be cool – but then I saw this was for a CWS player so it doesn’t make sense. Love that font!

  3. Jimmy T. says:

    i agree with Jeremy, i think i would prefer a design with borders, although what you have looks good for a card that doesnt have borders. maybe you can add a thin border strip on the left, right and bottom and kinda frame that signature?

    • chemgod says:

      Since this is a real autograph, I couldn’t put borders on the side or the signature wouldn’t fit. I think a border on the bottom would have looked awkward but that’s just me. I have two other Irvin autographs so I can try it out later and let you know how it goes.

      • Jay says:

        No borders “We dont need no stinking borders !” You can step away from the traditional .You are BADWAX CUSTOMS . Start something new .Again. Love the Vintage black and white look.

  4. Jimmy T. says:

    btw, the back looks great though!

  5. I like it. Looks sharp and clean to me.

  6. Ron Brinza says:

    How much are the Ty Cobb box cuts

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