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A7 5x7 Blank Greeting Card Twists Dreadlocs Boho Afro Natural Hair African Black Woman Art Dark Skin Ethnic Girl Melanin Queen Women

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    marleytwistsgreetingcard

One blank greeting card featuring a fashion illustration of a black woman wearing intricate natural dreadlocked hair and a flower halo/crown.

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• 80lb White Heavyweight Cardstock (216 gsm)
• Blank White Inside
• 5"x7"
• Paired with matching 80lb white envelope and shipped flat in a cellophane sleeve and stay flat mailer

IMPORTANT: Colors may vary between online viewing and your actual printed product. All monitors display color differently; and it may print darker. Please take this into consideration when placing your order.

©JADE & SERIF RETAINS ALL COPYRIGHTS TO THIS IMAGE. PLEASE DO NOT COPY OR REPRODUCE ANY OF THE IMAGES IN ANY WAY WITHOUT PERMISSION.

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