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Memoirs from China - Fortune Cookie Wisdom - Indigo/Gold

Memoirs from China - Fortune Cookie Wisdom - Indigo/Gold
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This is a fortune cookie print with a message! - Realistic cookies are tossed on patterned background with inspiration fortune strips tucked into some of the cookies - with gold metallic Chinese character chops. Fortunes carry such messages as, "The beauty in your heart is there for all to see", "Don't be afraid to show your enthusiasm", and "A mysterious stranger will bring you good news". Chinese fortune cookies are about 1 3/8", with gold metallic, from the 'Memoirs From China' collection by Kaufman Fabrics.

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