Michigan Map Notecards 

You’ll want to resurrect the habit of sending thank-you notes via snail mail once you see these handcrafted note cards

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Michigan Map Notecards

The art of  the handwritten note is all but dead, but you’ll want to resurrect the habit of sending thank-you notes via snail mail once you see these handcrafted note cards. The cards feature local landmarks like Sleeping Bear Dunes and Tahquamenon Falls along with some of the state’s most famous cities like Traverse City, Grosse Pointe, Kalamazoo, Charlevoix, Lansing, and, of course, Detroit. 

Sold in a set of six, wrapped up with a red-and-white string, these A2 folded cards come with brown envelopes, replete with a navy blue liner. 

Whether you’re using them for a party invite or perhaps saving them for a very special Christmas card, this stationery set is perfect for anyone who’s mad about Michigan.


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