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Wine Tasting (1 card/1 envelope) Oatmeal Studios Funny Birthday Card (Item# CD3423)
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Wine Tasting (1 card/1 envelope) Oatmeal Studios Funny Birthday Card - FRONT: ..and this variety has a lovely bouquet, goes well with beef or chicken, and really compliments stiff joints and weak memory.  INSIDE: May your glass be full and senior moments few!  Happy Birthday!

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Wine Tasting (1 card/1 envelope) Oatmeal Studios Funny Birthday Card - FRONT: ..and this variety has a lovely bouquet, goes well with beef or chicken, and really compliments stiff joints and weak memory.  INSIDE: May your glass be full and senior moments few!  Happy Birthday!
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Front: ..and this variety has a lovely bouquet, goes well with beef or chicken, and really compliments stiff joints and weak memory.
Inside: May your glass be full and senior moments few! Happy Birthday!
Size: 5x7 inches
Paper Stock: Recycled Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: Blue
Publisher: Oatmeal Studios
Features: Recycled Paper, Full Color Interior, Vegetable Based Inks
Artist/Credits: Teresa Burns Parkhurst

Heavy stock, recycled paper, vegetable based ink, along with color & graphics on the inside of the card.
Price: $2.75  $2.61
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