Donna Arndt Yo-Yo’s Notecards #8 With Envelopes

Product Summary For Donna Arndt Yo-Yo’s Notecards #8 With Envelopes New:

Note Cards are about 5.125 x 3.625 inches.  Importantly, note Cards are blank inside.  Also, the envelopes are red.  Notably, Illustrator is Donna Arndt.  Finally, @2009 Studio 18.

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Product Description For Donna Arndt Yo-Yo’s Notecards #8 With Envelopes New:

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 Donna Arndt
Yo-Yo’s
#8 Note Cards And #8 Envelopes New

Note Cards are about 5.125 x 3.625 inches.
Importantly, note Cards are blank inside.
Also, the envelopes are red.
Notably, Illustrator is Donna Arndt.
Finally, @2009 Studio 18.

Background Info For Donna Arndt:

Donna Arndt is a multitalented illustrator and sculptor who works in sand-blasted glass and bronze and lives in Palmer Lake with her husband, Steve, and young daughter, Julia.  Also, Donna has bachelors and masters degrees in speech/language pathology from the University of Northern Colorado.

Background Info For Yo-Yo’s:

The Yo-Yo is believed to have originated from a Chinese toy known as the Diabolo.  Significantly, from China, it is thought that the toy expanded its popularity in two directions.  The first was toward Europe, Ancient Greece to be more exact, and secondly to the Philippines, in southeast Asia.

Notably, in Greece, a yo-yo resembling toy can be seen on vases dating from the year 500 B.C., which happens to be the first official mention of this pastime invention in history.

As for the evolution of yo-yo in the Far East, it went from the favorite pastime of children to a deadly weapon used both for hunting and warfare.  Importantly, in the 16th century, Philippines warriors would climb a tree and wait for their prey with a larger, sharpened device made of rock, which functioned on the same principle as the toy.  Notably, the word itself means “come-come” or “to return” in Filipino, describing the basic trait of the toy.  Thus, the modern name is considered to be derived from the Filipino language.

Disclaimer For Donna Arndt Yo-Yo’s Notecards #8 With Envelopes New:

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SECONDLY, DYE LOTS VARY.  SO COLORS MAY DIFFER SOMEWHAT FROM THOSE SHOWN.

THIRDLY, MINOR SHELF WEAR IN PACKAGING.  THIS INCLUDES RIPS, TEARS, DENTS AND/OR BENDS.

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