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Gold Foil Heart: Husband (1 card/1 envelope) Freedom Greetings Valentine's Day Card (Item# CD6272)
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Gold Foil Heart: Husband (1 card/1 envelope) Freedom Greetings Valentine's Day Card - FRONT: My Husband, My Valentine - As we journey together… no day is ordinary No experience is insignificant. No words are unimportant. No memory is forgotten.  INSIDE: Happy Valentine's Day My Husband, My Love

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Gold Foil Heart: Husband (1 card/1 envelope) Freedom Greetings Valentine's Day Card - FRONT: My Husband, My Valentine - As we journey together… no day is ordinary No experience is insignificant. No words are unimportant. No memory is forgotten.  INSIDE: Happy Valentine's Day My Husband, My Love
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Front: My Husband, My Valentine - As we journey together… no day is ordinary No experience is insignificant. No words are unimportant. No memory is forgotten.
Inside: Happy Valentine's Day My Husband, My Love
Size: 5.25x6.25 inches
Paper Stock: Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: Tan
Publisher: Freedom Greetings
Features: Gold Foil
Product Line: Repartee

Features a gold foil heart and square. No additional postage is necessary when mailing this card. Made in USA.
Price: $2.50  $2.38
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Availability: In Stock

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