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Gold Foil Basket and Border: Daughter & Husband (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card (Item# CD6523)
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Gold Foil Basket and Border: Daughter & Husband (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card - FRONT: To a Dear Daughter and Her Husband at Easter  INSIDE: Thank you for being the reason pride, joy, and tender memories grace that little Easter basket tucked in our hearts. You are both dearly loved.

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Gold Foil Basket and Border: Daughter & Husband (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card - FRONT: To a Dear Daughter and Her Husband at Easter  INSIDE: Thank you for being the reason pride, joy, and tender memories grace that little Easter basket tucked in our hearts. You are both dearly loved.
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Front: To a Dear Daughter and Her Husband at Easter
Inside: Thank you for being the reason pride, joy, and tender memories grace that little Easter basket tucked in our hearts. You are both dearly loved.
Size: 5x7.75 inches
Paper Stock: Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: White
Publisher: Freedom Greetings
Features: Gold Foil, Insert
Product Line: Rejoice

A generous use of gold foil in the outer and inner frames along with the Easter basket contrast well with the soft blue eggs and pink flower on the front of this simple but elegant Easter card for your daughter and her husband.
Price: $2.75  $2.61  SALE!
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