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Card Description: A crisp argyle pattern contrasted against a traditional monogram make these charming photo birth announcements from Ann Kelle into a fun and fashionable blend of distinguished style and modern charm.
This Argyle Monogram: Boy design from our winter boy birth announcements category is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee, just like all of our Christmas cards, greeting cards, business cards, invitations and personal stationery.
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Card Paper Types:
Signature Matte: 120 lb., 17.5 point thickness
Signature Semi-Glossy: 120 lb., 11 point thickness
Pearl White Shimmer: 110 lb., 14.3 point thickness
Premium DoubleThick™ Matte: 240 lb., 35 point thickness
Card Type Styles:
Mrs Eaves All Small Caps
Mrs Eaves Roman
Card Ink Colors:
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White Fitted Rectangular
Silver (Metallic) Square
Deep Red Square
White with Layered Cards
Antique Gold Shimmer
Platinum Silver Shimmer
Pearl White Shimmer
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"I wanted a card that would showcase the portrait of our son in a timeless design. I also chose the argyle since it matched his bedding too. This was my first time ordering through tinyprints, and I am incredibly impressed with the top notch quality of the paper too. We chose photographs in sepia, which worked really well with this design. We also used for a spring announcement, so I suggest removng reference to "winter " in design title since it works year round."