Meri Meri | Valentine Friendship Card Set

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Send the best Valentine’s cards to your friends with Meri Meri’s Valentine Friendship Card Set. Featuring 4 design in bright neon colors with gold foil embellishments, each card includes a matching friendship bracelet!

Key features:

  • Set includes:
    • 12 die-cut cards in 4 designs
    • 12 envelopes
    • 12 friendship bracelets to enclose
  • Perfect for Valentine’s Day
  • Neon print & gold foil detail
  • Inside Message: Happy Valentine s Day
  • Age recommendation: 3 years +

ABOUT MERI MERI

Meredithe Stuart-Smith, who’s childhood nickname was Meri Meri, made her first card as a child in Los Angeles in 1985 while sitting at her kitchen table with some scissors, pens and a BIG pot of glitter. Local stationery stores loved her cards and in 1987, Meri Meri presented her collection at the National Stationery Show in New York, which resulted in Bergdorf Goodman picking up the line. After a cross-continental move to England, Meredithe continues to make cards, as well as partyware, bakeware, gifts and patches with a team of 20 designers in a 400 year old building (still with lots of glitter) one hour west of London.

Send the best Valentine’s cards to your friends with Meri Meri’s Valentine Friendship Card Set. Featuring 4 design in bright neon colors with gold foil embellishments, each card includes a matching friendship bracelet!

Key features:

  • Set includes:
    • 12 die-cut cards in 4 designs
    • 12 envelopes
    • 12 friendship bracelets to enclose
  • Perfect for Valentine’s Day
  • Neon print & gold foil detail
  • Inside Message: Happy Valentine s Day
  • Age recommendation: 3 years +

ABOUT MERI MERI

Meredithe Stuart-Smith, who’s childhood nickname was Meri Meri, made her first card as a child in Los Angeles in 1985 while sitting at her kitchen table with some scissors, pens and a BIG pot of glitter. Local stationery stores loved her cards and in 1987, Meri Meri presented her collection at the National Stationery Show in New York, which resulted in Bergdorf Goodman picking up the line. After a cross-continental move to England, Meredithe continues to make cards, as well as partyware, bakeware, gifts and patches with a team of 20 designers in a 400 year old building (still with lots of glitter) one hour west of London.