Guy Greetings antique car birthday card - Embellish

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I like the blue car. I think it sets off the card.

I love that classic car image from that stamp set, it's truly a classic! I love both cards, but I am leaning towards the uncolored version as my favorite.

Really like the coloured in card. Sets of the blue in the paper. I really like them both

love the blue card. It makes the card pop! Looks classier.

I like the colored card. It helps carry the blue through the card.

Beautiful card, it's perfect for a guy! Because it's a classic car for some reason I think it looks better not colored! Either way they are both really nice!! I just think the uncolored one looks more real, natural. đŸ˜€

The color makes the card pop...definitely!! Even deep red or Forrest green would be sharp!

I prefer the uncolored. To me, makes it look more antique -y. Blue reminds me of colorized old B & W movies.

Like both but love the colored one. It gives it a nice finished look & really sets it off saying " Ready?? let's go..."

Uncolored because that car is a classic and they didn't come in colors! :) Black and Black is how they were!

The blue card does it for me!

Great card. I like the colored one.

Because of a classic car I like the uncolored card the best.

Love both cars but think that the blue car adds class

I like the classic card not colored. Though I like the color, I don't think that a car of that era would be that color blue.

Both are great cards, but I prefer the colored one.


Interestingly, it is an urban myth that they only came in black. They were definitely available and were special ordered in different colors. Even Trivial Pursuit has this popular untruth in it--it is a very pervasive myth! Don't get my hubby started on the topic : ) LZ

Beautiful card. I think I like the colored one better.

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