This card depicts the elements of a 'husband' using chemical symbols from the periodic table of elements. Underneath these chemical symbols, there is a short 'scientific' description of a typical husband. This description is composed of actual descriptive features of the elements used in the making of the word.
So, a husband is described as being very important (a property of Hydrogen, H), a silvery white colour (Uranium), having many uses around the house and a characteristic odour (Sulphur), not a free element (Barium), and able to detect spontaneous eruptions (Neodymium).
Makes for a unique and funny anniversary card with a scientific twist.
We have lots of humourous periodic element cards for you to choose from - see other items in the Newton and the Apple shop for more choices.
Made from: Each card is made using a premium matt 300 GSM white greeting card with a brown kraft envelope. The inside of the card is left blank for you to write your own message. Your card will be protected in sealed plastic and sent in a board envelope for safe delivery.
Dimensions of the folded card are 10.5 x 15 cm (Size A5 folded to A6).