Card Conjurer
Frame
Text
Art
Collector
Set
Watermark
Select the part of the card frame:
Select the color:

Preview of the selected image
Select the part of the card frame
Enter the opacity for the selected part of the frame
Edit the selected text
Enter the mana cost. Include spaces!
How To Use Text Codes
Remember to surround each code with curly brackets ("{" and "}"). The codes are not caps sensitive. The following is a list of available text codes and what they do:
Upload an image for the card art
Enter a URL for the card art
Enter a card name to use its art
Select which art to use (from the entered card name)
Placement & Zoom:
Shift art to the right
Shift art down
Art zoom level
Card Number
Rarity
Set Code
Language
Artist's Name
(necessary)
Upload an image for the set symbol
Enter a URL for the set symbol
Use a set code
(2-3 letters, as seen on the bottom of cards)
C, U, R, M, or S
(Not every set has every rarity)
Use a random set symbol and rarity
Upload an image for the watermark
Enter a URL for the watermark
Use a set code
(2-3 letters, as seen on the bottom of cards)
Select the watermark color
Select the secondary watermark color
Welcome to Card Conjurer!
Card Conjurer is a free program that helps you create custom Magic: The Gathering cards. There are already plenty of custom card makers out there, but what sets Card Conjurer apart from the rest is its live-edit capabilities. You can immediatly see the effects of any change you make, which makes card customization easier and overall a better experience.
About Me
Hi! My name is Kyle Burton and I am currently a high school student. I used to play Pokemon, but when a friend introduced me to Magic in 2013 I sold my pocket monsters and bought an M14 Intro Pack. Ever since that day Magic has been my all time favorite game. In addition to playing games, I've always loved technology. During the 2017-18 school year I tought myself how to code Javascript, and a little bit of HTML and CSS. The following summer I created Kyle's Card Imager (KCI). It was pretty simple but I soon began to add more border images like Miracle or Nyx. After a few months I decided to share my creation, so I renamed it Card Conjurer and uploaded it to Github, and then in April of 2019 I bought the domain cardconjurer.com.
Want More Customization?
If you'd like to try out some more frames, scroll to the bottom of this page and check the box next to "Advanced Borders" - CardConjurer.com will remember this setting, so you only need to do this once per device.
This version of the website is currently a work in progress, so it doesn't have all the features the original Card Conjurer had. If you'd like to go back to the old version, click here.
Have Any Questions?
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to email me at: Even if you made a cool card and want to share, I'd love to see it!