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These Rifle Paper birthday cards are so special. I wish someone would send one to me on my birthday. (And include $5 in it for old times sake.)
August 10, 20115:09 pm
I just gave the top two to a friend and my sister-in-law. I love her work!
August 10, 20115:23 pm
These are beyond adorable, nothing beats a sweet card xo
August 10, 20115:24 pm
I love love love the mermaid! I don’t need a party, don’t need no cake–just a mermaid holding a sign for my special day.
August 10, 20115:32 pm
Wow. I can’t even decide which one is my favorite. I love all of her work : ) I ordered a set of her valentine cards earlier this year, and I kept one of each for myself just to look at every once in a while.
August 10, 20115:38 pm
Super cute and great colors!
August 10, 20115:51 pm
I’m smitten. Thanks for sharing this great site!
August 10, 20115:52 pm
Awwww I miss birthday cards with money in it! I love her work…been trying to find a excuse to get the personalized cards hehe. These are cards that I would have to buy 2 sets of; one to give away and one for me to keep and be inspired
August 10, 20116:22 pm
Lili @ Relatable Style
August 10, 20117:09 pm
LOL! Upon reading the post title, I wondered who wants birthday cards with rifles on them! 😀 English is not my native language, I should add 😉 I’m glad they turned out to be very pretty and weapon-free cards, though 😀
August 10, 20118:04 pm
just received the candle and mermaid cards on my doorstep…ordered them last week. a favorite store here in fort worth, tx used to carry rifle paper, but i was the only one buying their cards…which is CRAZY!
August 10, 20118:54 pm
I emailed the mermaid card to my fiance a few months ago, hinting that he should get it for me for my bday! xoxo
August 10, 201110:44 pm
LOVE the mermaid!
August 10, 201110:53 pm
These cards are lovely, aren’t they? I’ve been handpainting my own, then photocopying and using them for various occasions.
Congratulations on becoming a Real Simple contributor, that magazine is fantastic too. I really love your blog; I think I found it initially through your Paris categories. I’m studying in France at the end of the month through December, with a week in Paris as well! I hope I can check out some of the things that you did.
jaclyn @ thelateafternoon
August 11, 201112:56 am
these birthday cards are so pretty! rifle always has some of my favorite cards – i have a collection of rifle “thank you” cards that i are used only for the most special occasions!
August 11, 20112:19 am
I love these cards, too. I bought one for a friend in Liberty just last week…the one with the two balloons overlapping. Part of me didn’t want to send it because it was so lovely!
August 11, 20115:17 am
What a great find!!
August 11, 20116:25 am
Great cards. I love greeting cards- I have about 50 in a box for any opportunity, and always adding to it!
August 11, 20117:27 am
lovely idea. i adore original and unusual greeting cards, they add a super touch to a gift!
August 11, 20118:29 am
Ohh those cards are just perfect.
August 11, 20111:00 pm
Anna Bond is my hero.
August 12, 20114:44 am
I love love love the mermaid! We do not need a party, do not need any cake, just a siren with a poster for my special day.
August 12, 20114:04 pm
i love the candles card!
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