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Glitter Snowflakes: Great-Granddaughter (1 card/1 envelope) Christmas Card (Item# CD6054)
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Glitter Snowflakes: Great-Granddaughter (1 card/1 envelope) Christmas Card - FRONT: For Great-Granddaughter at Christmas  INSIDE: Christmas reminds us of the blessings that fill our lives all year… and, Great-Granddaughter, you're one of the dearest blessings of all! Merry Christmas with Love

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Glitter Snowflakes: Great-Granddaughter (1 card/1 envelope) Christmas Card - FRONT: For Great-Granddaughter at Christmas  INSIDE: Christmas reminds us of the blessings that fill our lives all year… and, Great-Granddaughter, you're one of the dearest blessings of all! Merry Christmas with Love
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Front: For Great-Granddaughter at Christmas
Inside: Christmas reminds us of the blessings that fill our lives all year… and, Great-Granddaughter, you're one of the dearest blessings of all! Merry Christmas with Love
Size: 5 x 7.75 inches
Paper Stock: Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: White
Publisher: Freedom Greetings
Features: Glitter, Gold Foil

This Christmas card sparkles because of the abundant use of glitter in the snowflakes. It also features gold foil lettering.
Price: $2.75  $2.48  SALE!
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