How To Be Really Alive, SARK Greeting Cards (Set of 8)
Just $3.75 per card! Let’s all send more Snail Mail to share our hearts. I present to you some of my favorite poems – creations of art and life – to inspire you and those you love! These words and art represent the infinite nature of love and have transformed my life in so many ways, and I know they’ll do the same for you.
Card Reads: "How To Be Really Alive"
This poem is about being the Miracle you really are – and really LIVING in this life! It includes all the ways I encourage myself and others to BE really alive, and wake up to the miracles all around us. We deserve to feel rich without money and to let money appear by being WHO we really are. Let these words support you in asking for and receiving miracles, and send magical reminders to those you love most that they too are true miracles!
With deep gratitude and appreciation! - SARK
You will receive a pack of 8 beautiful, matte finish, color saturated SARK designed greeting cards ready to send to your favorite pen pals and loved ones. Add a unique touch to any wish with these unique cards, blank on the inside awaiting your personal message. Measuring at 4.25” x 5.5”, these printable cards can handle long-distance transportation with minimal risk thanks to their robust, uncoated cardstock. Available in 8-packs of identical designs, each comes with size-matching white envelopes for each card, all fully recyclable.
Each item will be neatly shrink wrapped with high-quality plastic. Items are shipped in strong corrugated boxes filled with biodegradable packing peanuts. The peanuts can be washed down the drain in your household sink, as they are made purely of corn starch. Boxes are sealed with kraft tape to provide a slick appearance.
Prints are usually shipped in 3-5 days after purchase
Domestic USA Shipping - up to 5-7 days
International Shipping - up to 10-30 days
Shipped in tubes to protect from damage.
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