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    Mum rules Morse code Mother's Day card

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    Ships from Cardiff, United Kingdom

    $ $10.95 + free shipping

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    Details:

    Size: A6 (105mm x 148mm)
    Paper type: Beautiful thick white card
    Envelope: C6 Kraft
    Inside: Blank, for your own message

    Packaging:

    Our cards are printed professionally on top quality card, we then package your card in a clear plastic cellophane envelope to keep it clean and dry and post in a hard back envelope to keep it flat.

    Country of origin:

    Designs and printed in the UK.

    Description:

    What could be more fun than receiving a greetings card that you have to decode before you know what it says! (Actually lots of things are more fun; unicorns, chocolate, water slides etc. This card is pretty unique though!)

    The front of the card reads: Mum Rules
    On the back of the card is the key to cracking the code and a space to write the message down.

    This card is perfect for any one with a sense of humour, and interest in science or someone who enjoys a good puzzle.

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    Morse code was created by the American artist and inventor Samuel Morse. It was used for many years and provided an essential means of communication. In fact some people have even called it the Victorian Internet because it enabled world-wide communications in a way never before possible.

    Delivery:

    Ships from Cardiff, United Kingdom.

    This item will be dispatched within 7 business days. Shipping options available at checkout include:

    Shipping Method Delivery* Price
    FREE standard shipping 7–14 days FREE

    * From dispatch

    ** Delivery times may vary for regional areas.

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    Ships from Cardiff, United Kingdom.

    This item will be dispatched within 7 business days. Shipping options available at checkout include:

    Shipping Method Delivery* Price
    FREE standard shipping 7–14 days FREE

    * From dispatch

    ** Delivery times may vary for regional areas.