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Gold Hearts on Watercolor Background: Son (1 card/1 envelope) Freedom Greetings Valentine's Day Card (Item# CD6314)
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Gold Hearts on Watercolor Background: Son (1 card/1 envelope) Freedom Greetings Valentine's Day Card - FRONT: For a Dear Son and His Wonderful Family  INSIDE: Some heart-to-heart wishes that each one of you will enjoy some favorite dream come true… And you'll all be reminded on Valentine's Day of the warmth and affection that's coming your way. Happy Valentine's Day

Inside
Gold Hearts on Watercolor Background: Son (1 card/1 envelope) Freedom Greetings Valentine's Day Card - FRONT: For a Dear Son and His Wonderful Family  INSIDE: Some heart-to-heart wishes that each one of you will enjoy some favorite dream come true… And you'll all be reminded on Valentine's Day of the warmth and affection that's coming your way. Happy Valentine's Day
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Front: For a Dear Son and His Wonderful Family
Inside: Some heart-to-heart wishes that each one of you will enjoy some favorite dream come true… And you'll all be reminded on Valentine's Day of the warmth and affection that's coming your way. Happy Valentine's Day
Size: 5x7.75 inches
Paper Stock: Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: White
Publisher: Freedom Greetings
Features: Gold Foil

Features gold foil lettering and accents on the hearts. Made in USA.
Price:  $2.50
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Availability: In Stock

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