Card Player Snack Set
Card Player Snack Set
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Card Player Snack Set

Laser-engraved with the four suits, they'll hold an assortment of game time treats.

$44.00

Perfect for our weekly card games!

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Just the right size

Dunnellon FL

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Great for snacks

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I'm sure my mother will enjoy using the set.

La Habra Heights

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Game players who like to snack!

5

We use these small/fun bowls when we're playing cards with friends. Perfect solution to having big bulky bowls in the middle of the table.

Island Lake, IL

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Card Player Snack Set

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