Shakespeare Cards

Today was my mother’s birthday, and it was hot as blazes.  Tomorrow will be even hotter.  You’d think it was July or August rather than the beginning of June.  When this heat finally breaks, I’m willing to bet we’ll get some big thunderstorms.

Anyway, I was playing around with these index cards, figuring out what to do with them.  I chose Shakespeare because, when it comes to expressing wisdom and sentiment, no one is more eloquent than the Bard.

It’s unfortunate that Mom doesn’t like Shakespeare.  I love it, as does my older sister.  My personal favorite is Macbeth, followed by Merchant of Venice.

There are 7 quote cards and one blank card included in this quick freebie offer.

The script font on the cards is Freebooter Script by Graham Meade.  You can download it at ScrapVillage.  FinalRoman Medium is the other font, and you can download it at Lord Kyl’s Medieval & Fantasy Fonts.

Download Link:  Shakespeare Quote Cards

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Update 2/24/2015: I’ve gone through all of my links and deleted all of those for 4shared. My account there has been discontinued. Unfortunately, this means that many of my early kits are no longer available. If I can find the time, I may attempt to recreate and/or redo some of them.

Enjoy!

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5 thoughts on “Shakespeare Cards

  1. Thanks for bringing back days of long ago for this English major/English teacher. I remember 40+ years ago, taking an intensive college course on Shakespeare one hot Texas summer — lots and lots of Shakespeare and then more Shakespeare. These cards are very nicely done and will be fun to use. Thanks again.

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