Soul Mates pocket token. A unique and cute treat to give to your soulmate. Small enough to fit in the pocket, purse or wallet, the pocket token is a great way for a message to be carried with you at all times. Suitable for Valentines Day, an Anniversary treat, or Wedding gift to your spouse. The token is the perfect treasured keepsake, lucky charm, or magical treat, that can be kept close to look at when needed.
Each pocket token is presented on kraft card, and placed in a cellophane packet. The perfect size to fit in with a greetings card, these make great-valued treats.
Each token is 25mm. A metal disc is covered with the image/text, printed on high quality paper. A pice of mylar is placed over the paper, for protection. The back of the token is a smaller metal disc, pressed inside the top one, using a professional badge machine, keepsake, pocket keepsake, pocket charm, inspirational quote, inspirational gift,
Choose what colour you would like the heart on the design. Select this from the drop down menu.
Black, Brown, Green, Teal Green, Lime Green, Yellow, Pink, Dark Pink, Red, Orange, Purple, Deep Purple, Lilac, Blue, Navy Blue, Turquoise.
Each token is attached to the presentation card using a small glue dot. This can be peeled off the metal back once the token is removed from the card.
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Black, Brown, Green, Teal Green, Lime Green, Yellow, Pink, Dark Pink, Red, Orange, Purple, Light Purple, Lilac, Blue, Navy Blue, Turquoise
Perfect little token, exactly what I wanted xx
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