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Explanation Circle Card - GREEK BAPTISM - 7 Almonds

$0.80
SKU BOM-Card-CirB7
EXPLANATION CARD FOR A BAPTISM
FOR A FAVOR WITH  7 ALMONDS INSIDE.
2.5" 2-Sided Card.- Photo shows both sides of the card. 

The card is pre-printed, high gloss, 14pt card stock with a pre-cut hole. Size is a 2.5" circle. An explanation card is a perfect way to share with guests the symbolic meaning of Greek Koufeta. It is a white card with black font A punch hole in the top. 


FRONT OF CARD: 

Koufeta
A Greek Tradition
The seven almonds represent health, happiness, fertility, wealth, long life, purity, and unity with Christ.

BACK OF CARD: 

The white symbolizes purity; the egg shape represents newly baptized life. The sugar coating reflects the sweetness of life. The odd number of almonds is indivisible just as the bond between the Godchild and Godparent shall remain undivided.




 

 

 

 

 

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