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3 Embossed Eggs: Son-in-Law (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card (Item# CD6526)
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3 Embossed Eggs: Son-in-Law (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card - FRONT: For You, Son-in-Law, at Easter  INSIDE: Fondly wishing you good times to share on Easter Day, A springtime you'll enjoy a lot in your own favorite way, Fulfillment of the wishes that mean the most to you… Because you're someone special nice things should happen to. Happy Easter

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3 Embossed Eggs: Son-in-Law (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card - FRONT: For You, Son-in-Law, at Easter  INSIDE: Fondly wishing you good times to share on Easter Day, A springtime you'll enjoy a lot in your own favorite way, Fulfillment of the wishes that mean the most to you… Because you're someone special nice things should happen to. Happy Easter

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Front: For You, Son-in-Law, at Easter
Inside: Fondly wishing you good times to share on Easter Day, A springtime you'll enjoy a lot in your own favorite way, Fulfillment of the wishes that mean the most to you… Because you're someone special nice things should happen to. Happy Easter
Size: 5x7.75 inches
Paper Stock: Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: White
Publisher: Freedom Greetings
Features: Embossed

This Easter card for your Son-in-Law features three embossed egg images that capture light so well it looks as if they were carved into the card stock. Made in the USA.
Price:  $2.00
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