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Silly Sausage Card

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Silly Sausage Card

from 2.95

Silly sausage, you are the cutest! Love your silliness and would never have it another way.

A sweet term of endearment perfect for the goofy, happy, quirky and light hearted sweetie around us that always brings warmth and make us smile. Celebrate silly!

This card is part of our V for Vibes collection filled with happy retro vibes to share good vibes only. Each character featuring a smiley face and uplifting V-signs for Victory. Double-Vs for winning. Super groovy.

  • Happily Made In: Northumberland, UK

  • Size: A6

  • Paper: Printed on 350gsm FSC accredited paper

  • Card: V for Vibes, Blank Card Inside

  • Envelope: White

  • Designer's Random Fact: One of our favourite snacks is a currywurst -grilled sausage with a curry ketchup sauce concoction. A snack that the german capital, Berlin is most famous for. According to the history books, the snack would not have been invented, if it hadn’t been the British soldiers bringing curry powder with them to Berlin, after the Second World War. 

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Silly sausage, you are the cutest! Love your silliness and would never have it another way.

A sweet term of endearment perfect for the goofy, happy, quirky and light hearted sweetie around us that always brings warmth and make us smile. Celebrate silly!

This card is part of our V for Vibes collection filled with happy retro vibes to share good vibes only. Each character featuring a smiley face and uplifting V-signs for Victory. Double-Vs for winning. Super groovy.

  • Happily Made In: Northumberland, UK

  • Size: A6

  • Paper: Printed on 350gsm FSC accredited paper

  • Card: V for Vibes, Blank Card Inside

  • Envelope: White

  • Designer's Random Fact: One of our favourite snacks is a currywurst -grilled sausage with a curry ketchup sauce concoction. A snack that the german capital, Berlin is most famous for. According to the history books, the snack would not have been invented, if it hadn’t been the British soldiers bringing curry powder with them to Berlin, after the Second World War.