Who doesn’t love a mango food pun card? This is the card to send to your loved one who loves food puns as much as you do! Send a hand written card to express how thankful you are to them and how important they are as a role model.
Great to give to your Husband, Wife, Boyfriend, Girlfriend, Son, Daughter, Mom, Dad, Grandfather, Grandmother, Uncle, Aunt, Brother, Sister, Cousin, Friend, or Mentor.
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When is Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi Day this year? Raksha Bandhan 2021 (or Rakhi 2021) is on August 21st and August 22nd, depending on where you are in the world. mypanchang.com has all the timezones listed so you can see what day Raksha Bandhan falls on:
North America (USA/Canada/West Indies – Trinidad, Guyana)
Durban South Africa
Australia, Newzeland, Fiji
Do you need some inspiration for fun and modern rakhis to give your brothers and their families? Check out our Pinterest board with rakhi making ideas: rakhi ideas on Pinterest.
Check out our other Raksha Bandhan cards with fun puns and images:
Brother, You’re So Cool-fi
Funny, Loveable Bhai
Happy, Healthy, and Wise
Lasan Up, Paneer or Far
You’re a Fantachetic Brother
Here are some tips for printing at home:
- Print on WHITE letter sized paper
- We recommend nice HEAVY CARDSTOCK for the highest quality (100lb+ or 200gsm+).
- An A2 envelope is the recommended size for this card with thin rakhis. Use an A6 or A7 envelope if you are sending several rakhis in a card.
- A scoring tool will help you fold your cards without cracking the edges. A butter knife works just as well as a bone folder.
- Make sure print settings are set to a thicker paper stock so that the paper doesn’t get jammed.
- Don’t overfeed your printer when printing with cardstock. Add 3-5 sheets at a time to prevent the paper from jamming.
- COLORS may PRINT DIFFERENTLY from what you see on your screen. Color variations may also occur between a photo lab, a home printer, and a professional printer.
- Kiwi & Bacon Designs is NOT RESPONSIBLE for ERRORS or undesired COLORS that occur during the print process.