Victorian Calling Cards: Dollhouse miniature reproductions of ten Victorian era calling cards. The cards are all the same size … about 0.44 inch by 0.25 inch. Two of the cards have eight small triangular cuts along the border to facilitate corner folding. Two of the cards have rounded corners. These cards were left at a persons house by a caller and would have the corner of the card folded to indicate the purpose of the visit: Friendly, Condolence or Congratulatory. Each bag of calling cards has one of each of the ten cards and a small sheet that explains the meanings of a folded corner. There is no folding and no gluing for this kit! In the Victorian Calling Cards kit, in addition to the other items provided, you will find the following: 3 sheets of printed miniature calling cards (with 144 sets of cards on them) and 6 sheets of printed explanation sheets (with 120 explanation sheets on them). The products we make vary in the amount of work it takes to make them. Many people ask for a simple product to start. People with some experience with miniatures or crafts often ask for more complicated products that we buy for more. People work from home at their own skill level. We have products that can be assembled by just about everyone. In general, the more work required to make the product the more we will buy it for. To say it another way, the amount we buy a product for is an indicator of the amount of time it takes to make the product. For example, kits that we buy for $50 take about half the time of kits that we buy for $100.