vintage 1970s birthday invitations paper goods excited frog novelty

$14.00
+ $4.00 shipping

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$14.00
+ $4.00 shipping
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Sweetest vintage set of birthday invitations
Features an excited frog in a garden of flowers
Contains 8 invitations and envelopes
Still in plastic wrap, so these invitations are ready to go!

maker: “Gibson Greeting Cards, Inc.”
material: paper
size: 6x4"
era: 1970s/80s
condition: excellent/new

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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from the United States
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