Christmas Island Christmas Boxed Cards

Christmas Island Christmas Boxed Cards

by Peter Pauper Press, Incorporated
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Christmas Island Christmas Boxed Cards

Share the wonder and joy of the season with these beautiful cards featuring an island Christmas tree illuminating serene surroundings. Dusted with glitter to light up this peaceful nighttime scene, the flaps of the envelopes replicate the Christmas tree image, adding delightful detail to your greetings.

Known for their unique and innovative expressions through greeting cards and stationary, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor their founders’ legacy of beauty, quality and value products.

  • 20 cards and 21 envelopes
  • Glitter accents
  • Interior message reads ”Wishing you all the joy and wonder of the season.”
  • Packaged in box with a clear lid
  • Each card measures 3.5” x 5”
  • Imported

Product Details

UPC: 9781593597153
Manufacturer: Peter Pauper Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/02/2015

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Christmas Island Christmas Boxed Cards 1.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
These cards were very pretty but they were so much smaller than I expected and the cards would hardly fit in the envelopes. The envelopes would rip because the cards would hardly fit inside. The fit was so tight that you could not even put a gift card or picture inside. Everyone that received one of these cards complained that they couldn't get the card out of the envelope without ripping it. I would not buy these again and I will definitely look at the measurements first!
ThePen2015 More than 1 year ago
The Grinch who stole Christmas is now working at Barnes & Noble, because both of the boxes I ordered only had 10 of the promised holiday 20 cards in them. What made it worse was that B&N customer service supervisor Stacy thought that the remedy was to "expedite" a replacement set, the week before Christmas, but she sent them 3-day instead of overnight. I'll get the next box, with an undetermined number of cards, on December 22nd. That should make mailing them out on time just dandy.. I cannot believe that B&N sell half boxes of Xmas cards. Scrooge is laughing at that one. But what is most astonishing is the lousy job of correcting the error and appropriately fixing the issue. Really, you couldn't spend the overnight fee for a customer on Christmas? Then again, their CS is overseas, where even supervisors clearly don't get it! I'm done shopping here.