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Garden Gate Cards Review by Judy Wales

600 Griffin Road
Fountain Inn, SC 29644
1-864-876-3914
http://www.gardengatecards.us

Garden Gate note cards are not your ordinary everyday note cards. The pictures that are on the front of the cards are rabbits that are raised in the Garden Gate Rabbitry in South Carolina.

The rabbitry is a family owned business ran by The Hayward family. The whole family is involved in taking care of the rabbits. The idea for the note cards came from Loretta Hayward speaking with people who liked these cute little bunnies but were unable to have them as pets themselves. Loretta wanted to share her joy of the rabbits with others, so she gathered up various items including heirlooms and her camera. The flowers on the cards are also real. These cards are a great way to put a smile on that special person's face. They are good for any occasion.

The inside is left blank so you can put exactly what you want to say while on the back of each card is a Bible verse. You can purchase the cards in sets or individually. Each large 5x7 color rich photo is printed on glossy premium card stock. You have a choice between three different assortments: Rabbit Park, Garden Series, or Flowers and Lace.

To appreciate all the hard work that Loretta and the Hayward family puts into these adorable note cards you will have to look at them yourself.

-- Product Review by: Judy Wales, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine

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