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Time for the outdoors, time for nature, time for hiking!

Take a hike - of the fun, literal variety*. Invite someone to explore the trails with you, or keep it on your desk to remember that the next great-outdoor adventure awaits out there. Put on those hiking shoes, bring some trail mix, topographic trail map, and explore your favorite park. The views will be amazing.

* in case of emergency, may be used for 'de-friending'. please consult your conscience prior to administering the defriending dose.

• Each card is individually letterpressed in Brooklyn, NY
• Design based on topography of The White Mountains in New Hampshire
• 2-color letterpress print (green/brown)
• Blank inside
• Card size 4.5"x5.5" (folded)
• Earthy craft-paper envelope included
• Printed on acid-free, premium 100% cotton cardstock on an antique Vandercook press
• Carefully packaged in an acid-free re-sealable cellophane envelope

Colors may vary slightly on different monitors.

Contact us for larger quantities.

Ships in one-two business days via first class mail (in a protective mailer to prevent bending).

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http://www.etsy.com/shop/pepperpressny

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Thanks for looking!
Ursula Jaroszewicz

Take A Hike Letterpress Greeting Card

$5.50 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: premium cotton paper, craft envelope, letterpress, ink, cellophane envelope, hiking shoes
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 256 reviews
  • Favorited by: 199 people