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Decorated Eggs Panels with Die Cut Window (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card (Item# CD6557)
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Decorated Eggs Panels with Die Cut Window (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card - FRONT: A Special Wish for You at Easter  INSIDE: Wishing you lovely spring moments in store, And an Easter that's brighter than any before with dozens of “eggs-tras” and joys by the score! Happy Easter

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Decorated Eggs Panels with Die Cut Window (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card - FRONT: A Special Wish for You at Easter  INSIDE: Wishing you lovely spring moments in store, And an Easter that's brighter than any before with dozens of “eggs-tras” and joys by the score! Happy Easter

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Front: A Special Wish for You at Easter
Inside: Wishing you lovely spring moments in store, And an Easter that's brighter than any before with dozens of “eggs-tras” and joys by the score! Happy Easter
Size: 5x7.75 inches
Paper Stock: Recycled Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: White
Publisher: Freedom Greetings
Features: Pink Foil, Purple Foil, Die-Cut Window, Tri-Fold, Full Color Interior, Recycled Paper
Product Line: Imagine

Rows of colorfully decorated Easter eggs feature a single die cut window that reveals a single pink foil heart. Opening the card presents coordinating artwork. Features pink and purple foil lettering on the front and interior panels. Made in the USA. Printed on Recycled Paper.
Price: $3.29  $3.13  SALE!
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