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  • Christmas Hashtag Cards Full Set
  • Hashtag Striped Humbug Christmas Card
  • Hashtag Purple Presents Christmas Card
  • Hashtag Yellow Stars Fairy Lights Christmas Card
  • Hashtag Red Polka Dot Rudolph Christmas Card
  • Hashtag Green Triangles Christmas Tree Card
  • Hashtag Cards 10 Pack in Strung Presentation Box

Hashtag Christmas cards showing trending words for the current topic. Everyone will be hashtagging their presents, tree, lights or humbug if they're a scrooge.

Hashtags were originally used in computing to denote special meanings. They are now all over social media to tag posts and photos with words relating to trending topics. These card is a unique way to share the best things about Christmas, or just to say that you feel a bit 'Humbug' about it all.

Great range of cards to send out if you are a bit hashtag happy yourself or if you have some hashtag-loving friends. Each card comes with a short explanation of hashtags on the reverse.

These mixed hashtag packs come in two sizes a pack of 5 (1 of each design) simply packed in a cello sleeve, or a pack of 10 (2 of each design) packed in a gorgeous white presentation box and strung with turquoise wax cord.

These five designs each come with their own colour matched envelope so you will receive a mix of black, yellow, green, red and purple envelopes in your pack.

We have more science-themed christmas greeting cards available in the Newton and the Apple shop.

MADE FROM: These designs are printed in the UK on premium matt 280 GSM luxury textured card. The inside of the greeting card is left blank for you to write your own message.

Dimensions of the folded card are 10.5 x 15 cm.

Christmas Hashtag Cards Full Set

£9.50

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