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Christmas Blessings

A.C. Smith
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Description
Our Christmas Blessings African American Christmas Card Box Set contains 15 greeting cards. The greeting cards are all foil stamped and embossed. The artwork features the Holy Family after the birth of the Messiah Jesus and was created by Mobile, Alabama native A.C. Smith. The words on the outside of the Christmas Card read "Christmas Blessings". 

The following inscription is inside of the greeting card:


Sing His praise! Make His name glorious in all the earth! May this season be filled with the innocence of the Christ Child and wisdom of the Almighty King! Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year!


The included envelopes are foil lined and come with gold sealing stickers. A beautiful way to wish your family and friends a Merry Christmas or Happy Holiday!

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Description
Our Christmas Blessings African American Christmas Card Box Set contains 15 greeting cards. The greeting cards are all foil stamped and embossed. The artwork features the Holy Family after the birth of the Messiah Jesus and was created by Mobile, Alabama native A.C. Smith. The words on the outside of the Christmas Card read "Christmas Blessings". 

The following inscription is inside of the greeting card:


Sing His praise! Make His name glorious in all the earth! May this season be filled with the innocence of the Christ Child and wisdom of the Almighty King! Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year!


The included envelopes are foil lined and come with gold sealing stickers. A beautiful way to wish your family and friends a Merry Christmas or Happy Holiday!
Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Height 7 inches
Length 5 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU C963
Year Released 2019
A.C. Smith
A. C. Smith is a freelance artist from Mobile, Alabama. He has been drawing since the tender age of two. He believes that his talent is a gift from God and acknowledges the source of his inspiration everywhere he goes. He received art training at an early age through a community program called "Culture in Black and White."
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