These Japanese-designed glowcards are equal parts fantastical, mystical, and magical. Each features an intrepid rabbit baron exploring star-and-moon-studded skies and scenery with an instrument close at hand.
These cards are printed on soft, medium-thick paper with a smooth dark front and glittering, glow-in-the-dark accents. The backs feature address lines, a series of small boxes (used in some countries for postal codes), and space for a stamp. The cards glow brightest after being exposed to light (e.g. not directly out of the mailbox).
From the publisher: “Ideal for collectors, Postcrossing, scrapbooking, school postcard exchange projects, gifts, invitations, or just sending a note to a friend.”
Size: 3.6” x 5.6”
Publisher: Zhu Yu Chun
Printed in: China