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Die Cut Fold Pastel Eggs (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card (Item# CD6555)
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Die Cut Fold Pastel Eggs (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card - FRONT: Easter Joys and Springtime Pleasures Especially for You  INSIDE: May Easter color your world with joy, May springtime brighten each day for you, May the hope and promise that fill the season Make all of your wishes come true.

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Die Cut Fold Pastel Eggs (1 card/1 envelope) Easter Card - FRONT: Easter Joys and Springtime Pleasures Especially for You  INSIDE: May Easter color your world with joy, May springtime brighten each day for you, May the hope and promise that fill the season Make all of your wishes come true.
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Front: Easter Joys and Springtime Pleasures Especially for You
Inside: May Easter color your world with joy, May springtime brighten each day for you, May the hope and promise that fill the season Make all of your wishes come true.
Size: 5x7.75 inches
Paper Stock: Recycled Heavy Cardstock
Envelope: White
Publisher: Freedom Greetings
Features: Die-Cut, Tri-Fold, Green Foil, Recycled Paper
Product Line: Imagine

The die cut front panel design of this unique Easter card allows the top and bottom of the interior panel to be seen while the card is closed. Green foil lettering, green foil accents, and glitter add to the wonderful look. Made in the USA. Printed on Recycled Paper.
Price: $3.29  $2.80  SALE!
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