Great Papers! Holiday Greeting Card, Shell Baubles, 18 Cards/18 Envelopes, 7.875″ x 5.625″ (873800)

June 7, 2017 - Comment

Warmest Wishes boxed holiday cards featuring Gold foil accent. Inside Sentiment: “May Your Christmas Holiday And All The Days That Follow Be Filled With Warmth And Good Cheer.” The Warmest Wishes cards line is designed with the Southern, Western and coastal regions in mind. Look for elegant, traditional holiday themes with a warm weather twist!

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Warmest Wishes boxed holiday cards featuring Gold foil accent. Inside Sentiment: “May Your Christmas Holiday And All The Days That Follow Be Filled With Warmth And Good Cheer.” The Warmest Wishes cards line is designed with the Southern, Western and coastal regions in mind. Look for elegant, traditional holiday themes with a warm weather twist! It’s said that the first Christmas cards was created in 1843 in London, designed by John Calcott Horsley for Sir Henry Cole, and, even with the advent of social media, holiday cards are still popular today. Today Masterpiece Studios specializes in upscale, traditional boxed holiday cards in a wide variety of looks and price points. With six different brands to choose from, you’ll find the design that best suits your personality and complements your holiday message.

Product Features

  • Box with 18 embossed Christmas cards with the words Merry Christmas in gold foil
  • Verse printed in Red: May Your Christmas Holiday And All The Days That Follow Be Filled With Warmth And Good Cheer
  • 18 Gold Foil Lined White Envelopes
  • Folded, cards are each 7.875 x 5.625-inches
  • Warmest Wishes cards feature elegant, traditional holiday themes with a warm weather twist

Comments

Amar Lama says:

Five Stars Really high quality greetings card for the holidays!

R.U. Reddy says:

Surprisingly nice These are actually surprisingly nice, especially given how cheap they were. My only complaint is that the glue on the envelopes doesn’t stick well. But I just put a piece of scotch tape over them before mailing.

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