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Pallbearers (1 card/1 envelope) Rhymes with Orange Funny Birthday Card (Item# CD4888)
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Pallbearers (1 card/1 envelope) Rhymes with Orange Funny Birthday Card - FRONT: Denise employs her pallbearers while she can still enjoy them.  INSIDE: Have a totally uplifting birthday. You deserve it!

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Pallbearers (1 card/1 envelope) Rhymes with Orange Funny Birthday Card - FRONT: Denise employs her pallbearers while she can still enjoy them.  INSIDE: Have a totally uplifting birthday. You deserve it!
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Front: Denise employs her pallbearers while she can still enjoy them.
Inside: Have a totally uplifting birthday. You deserve it!
Size: 6.9x4.9 inches
Paper Stock: Recycled Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: Coordinated
Publisher: Tree-Free Greetings
Features: Recycled Paper
Artist/Credits: Hilary B. Price
Product Line: Rhymes with Orange

Cards are printed on extra heavy 13 pt cardstock; 50% recycled paper with a minimum 15% post consumer waste. 100% post consumer waste recycled envelopes. Paper printed with soy based inks. Coordinated full-color envelope features Rhymes with Orange comic strip panels. Cards & envelopes are made in the USA.
Price: $2.95  $2.51  SALE!
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