Blythe tae meet, wae tae part, blythe tae meet aince mair (Card)
Happy to meet, sorry to part, happy to meet again
"Known as the Bon Accord, legend tells that its use dates from the Wars of Scottish Independence in the 14th century, when Robert the Bruce and his men laid siege to Aberdeen Castle, before destroying it in 1308 and massacring the English Garrison, retaking Aberdeen for the townspeople. Bon Accord was the secret password used during the campaign.
Made from: This is a thick 16pt, FSC credited paper stock. With a light satin coating on the outside, the inside is left uncoated, making it easier for you to write your own message. Each card is individually scored, ensuring a clean fold and comes with a simple 100% recycled brown envelope.
Dimensions: 15.5cm x 11cm