Dennis recently (can you say recently if it was several months ago) mentioned that he was working on COMC deals. He buys something, you trade for it, that kind of thing. We had also been in talks about him commissioning my wife for a crossstitch piece. In other words, he wanted something from me and I wanted something from him, so we decided to make a trade!
When I asked my wife if she would stitch the piece for a deal, she laughed. She is not a fan of trading her work for cards. Luckily I can stitch! So I asked her if I could borrow her pattern and make it, she said sure, and I put my hands to cardboard use.
The piece went out to Dennis once finished, and a day or two later I had cards in my mailbox. The first of which...was terrifying:last package, and it looks like he is still gunning for me (pun intended).
I'll be piecing out the non-threatening cards of our crossstitch for COMC cardboard deal into 3 posts, starting with this brief one. I separated then my PC type, and this one is two cards total and covers two PCs. Excellent cards both.
The other card will look similar, but is different:
the Extreme Limited stamped card. This one is also unstamped though, which means I still need the stamped one. I'd again think this is one of those cards that was held back for replacement and then just sold off when Pacific went bankrupt, so it's a welcome addition to the collection!