Tell your loved ones you are thinking about them this Halloween with this cute greeting card with a vintage Halloween poster and a multicolor ink wash. These cute and quirky cards are handmade and truly one of a kind and add a personal fell to your Halloween greetings.
My grandfather’s favorite holiday was Halloween, and he loved to decorate for it so now Halloween is special to me. Whenever I put up decorations or make a card like these I think of the times we spent working on making the house spooky! I hope these cards help make memories in your family.
The cards are blank inside so you can include your own personal note. Do let me know if you would like me to write a short message in script on the inside.
The card measures 10 centimeters tall and 14 centimeters wide, and can be mailed in the USA using a regular forever stamp. Includes envelope.
These cards are perfect to brighten the mailbox of someone you love!
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