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1988 Topps Football – Charles Woodson

One year ago today the Packers won the Super Bowl. I thought that in honor of the anniversary I would post some cards that I made last year right after the Packers won the big game. I was hoping that they would be playing in Indy this past weekend, but of course that was not meant to be. Instead of celebrating another win I guess I will have to relive the big win last year. (more…)

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1985 Topps Famous Lineage – Austin Collinsworth

Last weekend I saw Austin play against the Boilers under the lights. My seat was not the greatest so I had very few chances to get a picture of him. On one punt though he downed the ball in front of me allowing me to get the picture for this card. I knew that I wanted to make this card so I was lucky to get at least a picture to put on it. (more…)


1984 Topps – Tom Zbikowski

Tom was an exciting player for the Irish. He was a very good safety who also had a knack for returning kicks. He just ran up the field which in the end all the good returners do. He is the last card in the countdown simply because I like it the best. (more…)


1985 Fleer In Action – Ricardo Allen

In a few minutes I will be leaving to watch the Boilermakers open up the season against Middle Tennessee State. It is not the biggest matchup in the nation today, but it is the most interesting to me. I thought that I would celebrate the opening of football season with a custom card. This is a custom card blog after all. For some reason I have been wanting to try the ’85 Fleer Football cards for a while. I made this one very quickly so it may be a bit off, but for the most part it captures the essence of that card. (more…)


1986 McDonald’s – Charles Woodson

I really wanted these cards when they came out originally. That might be why I made a few of these yesterday. They will be coming out throughout the week because I don’t want to flood the site with the same type of card. These cards really look good, and I like how my pictures look on them. It is no surprise then that I made a few of them. (more…)


1977 Topps – Charles Woodson

green bay packersI really thought Charles Woodson was going to have a big game yesterday. What I didn’t expect was him to break his collarbone trying to make an interception in the first half. You could see how much pain he was in during the second half when he was trying to cheer his team on. The game changing effect I thought he was going to have almost went the other way. (more…)


2011 csd Super Bowl – Charles Woodson

The last time the Packers won the Super Bowl they did it with the help of a former Michigan Heisman Trophy winner. Desmond Howard was the MVP of the game, and was obviously a huge part of the win. This year the Packers have another former Heisman winner in Charles Woodson. Charles was a dynamic force for Michigan at cornerback. He was such a force that he is the only defensive player that has won the award. (more…)