Materials: textured white frame card, vintage silk which was once part of a woman's Kimono (Furisode) and it dates back to the late Showa era (1926-89), Origami paper, printed English word, decorative Mizuhiki cords, etc.
A Japanese Kanji character "KOTOBUKI" hides in the beautiful Kimono pattern (upper left). "KOTOBUKI" means congratulations, happiness, joy and longevity.
This is one-of-a-kind!
The card has a coordinating paper insert and comes with a matching envelope.