Christmas Wreath Scripture Letterpress Card Pack {Set of 4} Celebrate the Season

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Christmas Wreath Scripture Letterpress Card Pack {Set of 4} Celebrate the Season

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Handmade

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Letterpress, 100 percent post consumer recycled content, Hand mixed inks, antique printing press

"Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son and shall call his name Emmanuel" foretells the coming of Christ in the Old Testament. "Fear not, for behold I bring you good news of great joy" said the angel to the shepherds in the field to announce the birth of Jesus. "And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us" speaks of the first Christmas morning when Christ was born in human form. "And shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace" rings true then, now and forevermore.

* Share the true meaning of Christmas
* Biblical scripture references to inspire your handwritten notes
* Send the Good News this Christmas
* Share your faith surrounding the birth of Jesus

Drawn to one particular card design? Also sold as separate cards!
Behold Emmanuel: http://etsy.me/2jSx1RZ
Fear Not: http://etsy.me/2weniqK
Word Became Flesh: http://etsy.me/2ykDHdO
Wonderful Counselor: http://etsy.me/2ykP9WO


{ PRODUCT DESCRIPTION }

The shape and greenery from a traditional Christmas wreath inspired the hand illustration on each card. This limited-edition 4-pack set includes hand drawn Biblical references to the birth of Jesus taken from the books of Isaiah, Luke and John. Produced on 100% recycled paper, each 4.25" x 5.5" fold-over card is blank on the inside and ready for you to share your faith this Christmas season. Set includes 4 recycled grocery bag kraft envelopes.


{ FEATURES OF THIS CARD PACK }

* Each card handcrafted on an antique press
* Separate 2-color printing sequence
* Unique hand illustrated typographical inspired design
* Premium paper optimized for impression and smoothness of writing
* Feel proud: made with 100% post-consumer recycled content
* Packaged in a compostable bio-sleeve
"Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son and shall call his name Emmanuel" foretells the coming of Christ in the Old Testament. "Fear not, for behold I bring you good news of great joy" said the angel to the shepherds in the field to announce the birth of Jesus. "And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us" speaks of the first Christmas morning when Christ was born in human form. "And shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace" rings true then, now and forevermore.

* Share the true meaning of Christmas
* Biblical scripture references to inspire your handwritten notes
* Send the Good News this Christmas
* Share your faith surrounding the birth of Jesus

Drawn to one particular card design? Also sold as separate cards!
Behold Emmanuel: http://etsy.me/2jSx1RZ
Fear Not: http://etsy.me/2weniqK
Word Became Flesh: http://etsy.me/2ykDHdO
Wonderful Counselor: http://etsy.me/2ykP9WO


{ PRODUCT DESCRIPTION }

The shape and greenery from a traditional Christmas wreath inspired the hand illustration on each card. This limited-edition 4-pack set includes hand drawn Biblical references to the birth of Jesus taken from the books of Isaiah, Luke and John. Produced on 100% recycled paper, each 4.25" x 5.5" fold-over card is blank on the inside and ready for you to share your faith this Christmas season. Set includes 4 recycled grocery bag kraft envelopes.


{ FEATURES OF THIS CARD PACK }

* Each card handcrafted on an antique press
* Separate 2-color printing sequence
* Unique hand illustrated typographical inspired design
* Premium paper optimized for impression and smoothness of writing
* Feel proud: made with 100% post-consumer recycled content
* Packaged in a compostable bio-sleeve

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