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Special Award (1 card/1 envelope) Oatmeal Studios Funny Birthday Card (Item# CD5825)
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Special Award (1 card/1 envelope) Oatmeal Studios Funny Birthday Card - FRONT: The academy has a very special award for staying so young while the rest of us get older.  INSIDE: (Visual: A trophy in the shape of a hand giving the middle finger.) Happy Birthday!

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Special Award (1 card/1 envelope) Oatmeal Studios Funny Birthday Card - FRONT: The academy has a very special award for staying so young while the rest of us get older.  INSIDE: (Visual: A trophy in the shape of a hand giving the middle finger.) Happy Birthday!
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Front: The academy has a very special award for staying so young while the rest of us get older.
Inside: (Visual: A trophy in the shape of a hand giving the middle finger.) Happy Birthday!
Size: 5x7 inches
Paper Stock: Recycled Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: White
Publisher: Oatmeal Studios
Features: Recycled Paper, Vegetable Based Inks, Full Color Interior
Artist/Credits: Michael Sieron

Card and envelope are printed with vegetable-based inks on recycled paper. Printed in USA.
Price: $2.95  $2.51  SALE!
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