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Baby Godzilla; Get better soon, diecut greeting card

Baby Godzilla

Get better soon, diecut greeting card

This diecut get-well-soon card is especially suited to an injury-prone audience: seven to eleven-year-old boys.

The artwork and diecut are designed to encourage the imagination to play. The diecut sets up an expectation that the monster is rampaging through a city, but upon opening the card, the child realizes that it actually has an injury, too! This mirroring can open their imagination while normally rambunctious kids might be physically confined to bed.