Michael Smith 9 Darter - Darts fan Christmas Card

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A unique Darts themed handmade greetings card to celebrate Michael Smith's historic 9 dart finisher at the World Darts Championship final against Gerwen.

Card reads:

You know that feeling when both players are on for a nine darter & Smith nails double 12 leaving Mardle screaming 'i can't speeak'... I love you more than that!


  • Size: 6x6 inches
  • Left blank inside for your own message
  • Independently handmade in the UK

A4 print is unframed 

Celebrate a truly unforgettable moment in darts history with our Christmas-themed, handmade greetings card, honouring Michael Smith's spectacular 9-darter at the World Darts Championship. This isn't just any 9-darter; it's the heart-racing play where Smith seized glory right after Michael van Gerwen narrowly missed his own double for a perfect leg. It was a shot that echoed in the annals of darts history, a moment of sheer brilliance that set the stage alight.

Embrace the festive cheer and sporting drama with our card that reads: 'You know that feeling when both players are on for a nine-darter & Smith nails double 12 leaving Mardle screaming 'I can't speak'... I hope your Christmas is as magical as that!'

It's a sentiment that captures the peak of darts excellence and the deep affection for someone special during the holiday season.

Each 6x6 inch card is a treasure trove of craftsmanship, lovingly produced for fans who cherish the precision and pressure of top-tier darts competition. Left blank inside for your personal touch, it is an ideal canvas to convey your best Christmas wishes.

Proudly handmade in the UK, our card also offers an optional A4 print for those who wish to showcase this historic sports moment all year round. This card isn't just a festive greeting; it's a nod to the dedication and skill that defines the very best of the darts world.

Score a Christmas 'nine-darter' with this exceptional card, a must-have for every darts enthusiast who knows what it means to witness darting perfection unfold back-to-back.