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Lime Frame with Pink Stripes Photo Card (25 cards & envelopes) Boxed Christmas Cards (Item# BC-D2239)
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Lime Frame with Pink Stripes Photo Card (25 cards & envelopes) Boxed Christmas Cards

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Size: 5 5/8 x 7 7/8 inches
Paper Stock: Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: Gold Lined White
Publisher: Birchcraft

The lime frame on this vertical pink striped card will really set off your favorite photograph! Please upload your photo for this card using the “Photo Upload Section on the personalization and custom verse selection page. Please detail any special cropping instructions under Special Instructions if your photo is not cropped already. You will have the opportunity to indicate whether you want us to print your photo in “Color”, “Black and White” or “Sepia”. For the horizontal version of this card, see card number BC-D2178.
Price: $55.75  $52.96  SALE!

Availability: In Stock

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