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Damask Black and Blue Sweet 16 Invitations
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Damask Black and Blue Sweet 16 Invitations

Size: 5.25" x 5.25"
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These cool, stylish inexpensive invites feature Sweet Sixteen pre-printed a dainty black font inside black and white frames. The top sky blue and bottom black portions have a damask pattern, the middle is clean white. Flat cards are sold in a set with envelopes.
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  • SKU: 606-55-00013
    Designer: Autumn Ray Designs
    Envelope Color: White
    Proof Available: Yes - View before checkout
    Dimensions: 5.25" x 5.25"
    Paper Weight: 120 lb. cardstock
    Laser Friendly: No
    Ink Jet Friendly: No
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    Ships From: Georgia
    In Stock: Yes
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