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Peace Angel (16 cards & 16 envelopes) Shelly Rache Boxed Christmas Cards (Item# BX8748-16)
Front
Peace Angel (16 cards & 16 envelopes) Shelly Rache Boxed Christmas Cards - FRONT: Peace - May the gentle Peace of Christmas be yours this season  INSIDE: May that gentle Christmas peace stay with you throughout the coming year.

Inside
Peace Angel (16 cards & 16 envelopes) Shelly Rache Boxed Christmas Cards - FRONT: Peace - May the gentle Peace of Christmas be yours this season  INSIDE: May that gentle Christmas peace stay with you throughout the coming year.
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Front: Peace - May the gentle Peace of Christmas be yours this season
Inside: May that gentle Christmas peace stay with you throughout the coming year.
Size: 5.5x7.75 inches
Paper Stock: Recycled Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: White
Publisher: LPG Greetings
Features: Velvet Touch Finish
Artist/Credits: Shelly Rasche

Peace Angel by Shelly Rasche. Box includes 16 Christmas cards measuring 5.5x7.75 inches along with 16 white envelopes. Made in USA. Printed with Recycled Ink. Printed with Soy Ink. Printed using a SGP certified printer.
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