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Baby welcome card with Hawaiian onesies on coconut tree clothesline v. 1

Baby welcome card with Hawaiian onesies on coconut tree clothesline v. 1

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  • Materials: Cardstock, dies, scrapbook paper
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A one-of-a-kind handmade greeting card from Hawai'i: A trio of diecut Hawaiian print "onesies" swing from a clothesline attached to diecut coconut trees. The lime green coconut tree background is framed by green cardstock. The card base is of light kraft cardstock.

The "welcome baby" sentiment is diecut from light tan cardstock and embellished with an orange diecut flower.

The inside sentiment is printed on light green parchment paper and reads "Congratulations on the birth of your precious baby! Wishing you all much joy and happiness always." It is embellished by tiny diecut baby toys.

Card size: 7" wide; 5" high closed; 7" wide; 10" high opened.

Envelope included.


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