After a few months of procrastinating, I have my Lisa Frank tarot cards in my greedy little hands! I am a 90’s child, so of course I love Lisa Frank. Lately I’ve probably gone a bit overboard, but isn’t that the whole idea behind Lisa Frank anyway? Over-the-top colors, prints, glitter, and in-your-face girlishness.
Ariel Hart rocked the world the world back in March with her Lisa Frank tarot set (click here to read the article on HuffPost). Ever since then, hoards of 90’s girls did one of three things: took matters into their own hands and printed them at home, scoured the internet for a way to get them professionally printed, or hunted for a place to purchase a deck.
However, there isn’t currently anywhere for us devoted Lisa Frank fangirls to buy a deck for keeps. You’ve gotta get them custom made! It’s easy as ever and will only cost you $15.
The are 78 cards in a traditional tarot deck– 22 Major Arcana cards and 56 Minor Arcana cards divided into 4 suits: swords, wands, pentacles and cups. The Lisa Frank deck only consists of the 22 Major Arcana cards.
How to Get Lisa Frank Tarot Cards
- Go to the HuffPost article and download all of the picture files to your computer. There are 23 total–22 cards, and the back.
- Mosey on over to MakePlayingCards.com
- Select the Tarot Card option.
- Follow the prompts for creating your custom deck, including uploading the photos of the cards you downloaded in step 1. (Remember: you are only creating 22 cards. The fronts will be different while the backs will all have the same image.)
- Proceed through the ordering process and you’re done!
It should only cost you about $15 depending on the options you’ve chosen. The hardest part was waiting for them to arrive from Hong Kong. It only took about 11 days to get my deck, though!
After posting these on my instagram, I got a lot of questions asking where they came from so I decided to share! Months ago, I looked for ways to do this before I stumbled across MakePlayingCards.com. Having a custom deck made by card making pros, rather than printing a flimsy deck at home, is the way to go! Enjoy 🙂