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Giant Redwood Trees (1 card/1 envelope) Recycled Paper Greetings Birthday Card (Item# CD3530)
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Giant Redwood Trees (1 card/1 envelope) Recycled Paper Greetings Birthday Card - FRONT: Birthdays always remind me of the giant redwoods on the West Coast.  The way they stand tall and proud, year after year, century after century.  Their majestic beauty never fails to take my breath away.  INSIDE: Thank you for planting them.  Happy Birthday

Inside
Giant Redwood Trees (1 card/1 envelope) Recycled Paper Greetings Birthday Card - FRONT: Birthdays always remind me of the giant redwoods on the West Coast.  The way they stand tall and proud, year after year, century after century.  Their majestic beauty never fails to take my breath away.  INSIDE: Thank you for planting them.  Happy Birthday

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Front: Birthdays always remind me of the giant redwoods on the West Coast. The way they stand tall and proud, year after year, century after century. Their majestic beauty never fails to take my breath away.
Inside: Thank you for planting them. Happy Birthday
Size: 5x7 inches
Paper Stock: Recycled Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: White
Publisher: Recycled Paper Greetings
Features: Recycled Paper
Product Line: Left Field

Made in the USA. Printed on recycled paper. Sustainable Forestry Initiative.
Price:  $3.29
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