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Handmade, reusable greeting cards, crafted with salvaged elements and lots of love. The inside papers are upcycled and are blank for your own sentiments. The inside papers are held in place with a paperclip and are easily removed and the card is then reusable, if desired for an eco-friendly alternative for your greeting and gift card needs.

All of my handmade cards are standard A2: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" (4.25cm x 5.5cm) and each comes with an A2 envelope. They are not individually wrapped in cellophane unless requested..

If you are seeking more Catholic inspired greeting cards, you may enjoy my other shop: Catholic Cards http://www.catholiccards.etsy.com

Thank you for browsing Dustbincards! Feel free to email questions or special requests.

And may God hold you in the palm of His hand.

DustbinCards' Shop Policies

Welcome

Greetings and Salutations!

Dustbincards features handmade cards for any occasion. "Found" treasures are utilised in the making of each card, saving our landfill space. Thus, the name, dustbin. All cards are blank inside and can be used for any occasion. Because of the collage nature of the cards, I cannot guarantee the acid/lignin free content. They are made with quality papers, are 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" and each card comes with an A2 envelope. If mailing your Dustbin card, extra postage may be required and I try to add that info to the item description.

Payment

PayPal, Direct Checkout with credit/debit cards, money orders or cashiers check (bank check) gladly accepted. Please remit money orders and cashiers checks within 5 days of sale completion.

Shipping

There is a $1.00 shipping fee for each card within the United States. For card sets and other locations, refer to the shipping section in the listing information. PayPal sales will be shipped within 3 days. Money order sales will be sent when payment is received.

Refunds and Exchanges

Refunds will be cheerfully made when item returned is received. Only one exchange per purchase.

Last Updated December 15, 2012