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CEDAR POST CARDS FEATURING CANADA

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We are pleased to introduce our customers to these unique Canadian made cedar Post Cards from CEDAR MOUNTAIN STUDIOS, located on the West Coast of Canada on beautiful Salt Spring Island.  Currently, we are offering 12 Canadian designs (including cards from Cedar’s Canada 150 collection) to choose from – the perfect addition to your collection., or a perfect gift.

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We are pleased to introduce our customers to these unique Canadian made cedar Post Cards from CEDAR MOUNTAIN STUDIOS, located on the West Coast of Canada on beautiful Salt Spring Island.  Currently, we are offeringing 12 Canadian designs (including cards from Cedar’s Canada 150 collecion) to choose from – the perfect addition to your collection. They also make a great gift.

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CANADA LOVES HOCKEY, CANADA FLAG, OH CANADA, TEAM CANADA, MAPLE SYRUP, LOON, SNOWY ELK, MAPLE LEAF, OH CANADA 2, BEAVER, FISGARD LIGHTHOUSE, XMAS POST OFFICE

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