2022-07-24 (Su) Distorted Mansion Card holder

I want the backs of my cards to be uniformly marked so no one can memorize them, which shouldn't be a factor in playtesting, but I'd like to take the care of making them identical. I designed a jig in QCAD and cut a few copies out of plywood. I didn't remove the center area of one sheet and used that as the base. Each layer had bolt holes, and I fastened them with M4 hardware.

I applied black ink and stamped a card. The good news is that my approximation of center was spot on, and I could restamp the card after rotating it, and it aligned beautifully. The bad news is that I neglected to engrave a mirror image of my words, so they appeared backward.
Card jig and some rubber stamps

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