Christian Boy Two Photo Thank You

Themed in blue and brown, this keepsake Christian boy two photo thank you card is a memorable way to thank your guests. We worded this example for a Christening thank you card, but you can easily reword this for a First Communion, baptism, or child dedication. An optional monogram is shadowed behind your message, and the optional cross anchors your two photos in the design. See more ideas & customize this design on the product page here (simply request the blue & brown version in the notes field if desired): Personalized Christening Thank You Card.

Christian Boy Two Photo Thank You Card - Keepsake Christening

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