Peck Card

Article number: P-51838
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If you're thinking, why express love with a delightful illustrated card of... pecking roosters? We're here to tell you might be surprised to learn about the deep romantic nature of roosters.

According to the Chinese Zodiac, people born in the Year of the Rooster are known to always try their best to pursue everlasting love relationships their whole life. They are filled with romantic and charming characteristics. Most of them will gain happy and sweet relationships because they pay extra attention to communication with their soul mates. Sounds pretty good, right? 

There's more! Roosters can be dreamy lovers!

The male rooster in love seeks freedom in relationships. They know many romantic methods to please the opposite sex so they win hearts in a short time. They believe that good and stable love life needs absolute equality and respect. In their eyes, everything can be solved by using peaceful and calm ways. After establishing a stable relationship, they can be dreamy lovers. Most of them are loyal to their soul mates and families. They always help with the housework and show consideration for their partners. Their mature and modest personalities can give enough sense of security.

Fervent feelings!

Female roosters in love are always popular. They have unique charms to make many friends Usually, they are used to playing an active role in love. They won’t be shy to express their fervent feelings. The relationships with them are sweet and relaxing. They are not willing to give high pressure to their partners. Simple love is their final goal.

3 1/2" x 4 7/8"

blank inside

comes with a red envelope.

Elizabeth Graeber is an artist and illustrator in Washington DC drawing for books, magazines, shops, and personal commissions. She works in watercolor and gouache paint on paper.




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