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A perfect, witty art card for anyone who delights in Frida, the iconic Mexican artist, and her pet monkeys.   


Frida kept monkeys as pets in the garden of the Blue House in Coyoacán. Her monkeys, she said, symbolized the children that she was never able to bear because of the horrific injuries she had suffered in a bus accident in 1925.

Printed on 80 lb. White Cougar paper in San Francisco, this card uses locally-source materials and resources. It is 7 x 5 inches (folded), and 7 x 10 inches (opened) and 7.25 x 5.25 inches, including a color envelope and cellophane bag. The card is blank inside; the logo appears on the back. A small "milagro" is attached to the front cover. 


Ten percent of the profits from this produce is donated to Girls, Inc. in celebration of strong women.

Monkeys, Blank Card

SKU: CWF_001