Animal Themed Christmas Cards Customizable With Envelopes Best Gifts Launched

WG Wholesale Inc. announces the launch of its exclusive animal prints Christmas cards collection. With a personal message written, these are eco-friendly and elegant cards to give to animal lovers before the end of this year.

South Bound Brook, United States - November 22, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

WG Wholesale Inc. based in the US, announces the launch of its animal-themed Christmas cards which are perfect for animal lovers. These greeting cards are available along with suitably sized envelopes and can be purchased in bulk to be given along with Christmas gifts.

For more information visit their website at https://www.amazon.com/Cute-Animal-Christmas-Cards-Assorted/dp/B08KTSB761

The newly released greeting cards of this firm has been specially designed to bring good cheer to family members, work colleagues, and clients during the upcoming holiday season of 2020. The cards are of high quality, made from eco-friendly material with classic animal illustrations on them.

The Christmas greeting cards from WG Wholesale Inc. are available in a set of 18 animal prints, intended especially for people who like animals. The entire boxed kit includes 18 numbers each of cards, envelopes, and stickers to add sparkle to the cards. The snowy woodland scene card has been the preferred choice lately. There is also an assortment of cards with funny animal drawings for customers to choose from.

These animal themed greeting cards from WG Wholesale Inc. are available in 4.6 x 6.25 inches size. The messages on the cards can be custom written and therefore are not restricted to just a particular season or event. Each card can be personalized with a special message from the sender. Any pen or sharpie can be used to write a note on the card without worry of ink smudges.

Apart from cards, WG Wholesale Inc. has a range of gift products and gift accessories available online. These products are suitable as presents not just for traditional celebrations like Christmas but also for multiple occasions such as birthdays, wedding anniversaries and graduations.

WG Wholesale Inc. strives to provide customers with the best deals on all their products. They offer free standard shipping to anywhere in the North American continent. Apart from the gift products, the firm also sells pool table cue sticks and its accessories and other sports goods.

For more information, visit their website https://www.amazon.com/Cute-Animal-Christmas-Cards-Assorted/dp/B08KTSB761

Contact Info:
Name: Harry Shah
Email: Send Email
Organization: WG Wholesale Inc
Address: PO Box 302, South Bound Brook, New Jersey 08880, United States
Website: https://wg-wholesale.myshopify.com/collections/christmas-and-holiday

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88986712

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