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Satin Wreath Christmas Card Set of 20

Inside: It means so much to stay in touch with special people like you, that's why you are wished the season's best and a Happy New Year, too!


A wreath has no beginning and no end, making it a perfect symbol of faith and love at Christmastime. Reproduced from an original handmade satin collage, this traditional card features an ornate border in gleaming gold. The heartfelt message inside will warm the hearts of your loved ones.


Glossy card stock single folds to 5 x 7"; white envelopes included.


Personalization: Specify names as they are to be printed on the cards.


Set of 20


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For non-personalized cards, simply select one of the two options below and leave the personalization area blank while ordering.

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2 $11.39
3 $10.79
4 $10.19
5 or more $8.99
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Card Only Personalization and Card and Envelope Personalization are expected to be in stock on 12/8/2016

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