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Sorry You Have to Go Through Puberty Twice - Letterpressed Card

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At least you don't have to get braces again, right?

Sorry you have to go through puberty twice.

INSTRUCTIONS: Please specify which character you would like on your card! They are each numbered in the last photo for easy identification.

SPECIFICATIONS: This card was lovingly made using a combination of letterpress and an original hand-cut linoleum block, and then painted in by hand with non-toxic water-soluble paint on white acid-free card stock. Due to the printing process, which is done entirely by hand, there will be slight variations from print to print, ensuring each card is one-of-a-kind. Like you.

The card is blank inside – you know best what to say. It is stamped on the back and comes in a cello sleeve with a 100% recycled, acid-free brown bag envelope.

Card size: 4.7 x 4.7 in (folded)
Envelope size: 5.0 x 5.0 in

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Sorry You Have to Go Through Puberty Twice - Letterpressed Card

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: linocut, linopress, sharpie, kraft, paint, letterpress, linoleum, blockprint
  • Feedback: 117 reviews
  • Favorited by: 77 people
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From Brooklyn, New York

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