Manataka American Indian Council

Presents


 

 

 

 

American Indian Greeting Cards

 

Read the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 Notice below

Assortment Christmas Cards

 

$14.95

CH1000

 

3 Card Pack Assorted
Four of each card w/ envelopes.
Pack of 12 cards assortment of:

 

ch612

Following A Star
Artwork by King Kuka (Blackfeet)  CH612

CH 635

Warrior's Give-Away
Artwork by Don Brewer (Lakota)  CH635

CH 1123

Winter Camp
Artwork by Mark Silversmith (Navajo) CH1123

4 of each card & envelopes

Christmas Assortment  12 Pack - Only $14.95

Similar Cards sell for $2.95 - $3.95 ea in stores

The fine symbolic cultural art  is beautifully displayed on high quality, acid-free, heavy photo card stock.

 

Holiday Cards have beautiful greetings inside. Note Cards are blank inside. Each card is 5" x 4" folded and printed on high-quality, acid-free, heavy collector paper stock.

 

These cards are nice enough to be framed!   Envelops are included.  


 

Christmas Cards!

 

12 PACK ASSORTMENT

3 beautiful American Indian Art Prints

Only $14.95 + s/h

Save 50% or more off retail

Thank you!

 

Cards not sold individually

 

 

Notice:  Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990:  This website does not imply or suggest that items for sale on this website are hand made by a person or persons who are members of a federally recognized tribe, unless otherwise indicated in writing and clearly identified next to the item displayed.  You are advised to first assume all items displayed for sale on this website are not made by a member of a federally recognized tribe.   The list of items specifically made by persons who are members of a federally recognized tribe has been deleted to avoid consumer confusion -- and pages displaying non-manufactured, handcrafted arts and crafts contain a notice regarding the origin of items displayed on that page.   Items such as books, cd's, dvd's, t shirts, ceremonial items, clothing and regalia, drums, flutes, flags, furs/hides, gifts, home decor, greeting cards, healing clay, herbal medicine, herbal tea, jewelry, soap nuts, teepees, videos, and women's gifts are not hand made by a members or members of a federally recognized tribe.  In some cases, a supplier company may be owned by an American Indian who is a member of a federally recognized tribe, but the item by its nature (books, t-shirts, etc.) are not classified as an art or craft and therefore are not identified as being made by a person who is a member of a federally recognized tribe. For a copy of a free brochure entitled, "How To Buy Genuine American Indian Arts and Crafts" go to http://www.fte.gov and http://www.iacb.doi.gov

 

 

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