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Bicycle has a custom card page: http://www.bicyclecards.com/custom, but you must contact them for pricing. They have two tiers personalized which is 1-500 decks, or custom which is 2500+ decks.
http://www.drivethrucards.com/ does on-demand card printing, for card games and also arbitrary decks of cards and tiles that might be used in other games. (disclosure: I used to work for this company)
I use Strange Eon 3. There are a lot of templates for different cards (most of them for the Boardgame Arkham Horror based on the novels from H.P. Lovecraft). Here's the link: http://cgjennings.ca/eons/
Illustrator is what I design all my cards in. Its pretty simple and easy and there are TONs of tutorials and books to learn from. It also plays well with all the other Adobe software if you need to do raster graphics or layout design, etc. Its also an industry standard in the graphic design community.
VASSAL was made for precisely this: it's a game engine/website where you can build games, and then play the games you built online. There are a wide variety of existing games already built for VASSAL, but Muggins is not one of them. This will not be simple: you're going to need to learn how to program the game using VASSAL's editor. It'll take time and ...
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