Card created during the coldest Easter we've known for a long time with bitterly cold winds blowing.
This card is a charming image of two little friends together on a bright and sunny day and gives hope for warm summery weather to come.
This is a 7" x 5" topfold card made from white linenweave card. The card background is of pale blue and white horizontal stripes to accentuate the seaside theme which is then matted onto silver mirri. The topper depicts two little friends with the little girl's teddy and a ginger cat looking out across sand dunes to the sea beyond. This is then matted onto blue card then onto silver mirri. There are 4 red buttons on the bottom right hand corner to decorate and to pick up the colour of the poppies. The greeting is "Birthday Wishes".
Blank inside for your own message and carrying my logo on the back.
Comes with envelope and sealed in a clear cellophane wrapper for protection. Mailed in padded jiffy envelope.
As with all my cards, this can be customized to suit your own requirements. Just ask.
It was one of the coldest Easters on record and I wanted something to make me feel summer might be just round the corner!
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Annies' Cards within 3 days of receiving payment.
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