The midnight blue cover shows a prehistoric Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur roaring back to life. Open the card: Mr. & Mrs. T-Rex are having words as baby dino plays in Jurassic jungle. The corners of the card features fossil dinosaur skulls.
Dinosaurs, birds, and rodents. Crumbling landmasses and inland seas. Sea monsters, sharks, and blood-red plankton. Forests of ferns, cycads, and conifers. Warm, moist, tropical breezes. This was the Jurassic period, which took place 199 to 145 million years ago.
This card is perfect for kids and for “old people” birthdays and anniversary of couples who have been together since the dawn of time. For your budding paleontologist. For your friend on the paleo diet. Tell that special person in your life how much they mean to you. Give this card to a friend you haven’t seen for a long time. For your class reunion. Dinosaurs are the world’s oldest party animals.
Love is not extinct.
Have a T-riffic B-day!
I was born this way. ~Lady Gaga
Raptor arms around me.
A blast from the past.
You’re old as dirt. (That’s what my nephew said to me when I turned 50.)
We all have a dinosaur deep within us just trying to get out. ~Colin Mochrie
I believe every young man in the world is fascinated with either sharks or dinosaurs. ~Peter Benchley
Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former. ~Albert Einstein
It’s the final countdown.
Hold you in my memory, find you in my dreams.
I’m a nervous Rex.
You’re a nervous Rex.
We’ve been friends forever.
We’re a couple of dinosaurs.
Don’t make me laugh, I’m trying to be mad at you.
Happy Birthday to a ‘Dino-mite’ Kid!
Language is fossil poetry. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
Have a ‘Dinomite’ Birthday
I dig dinosaurs and I dig you.
Join us for a prehistoric time.
Have a Yabba Dabba Do Day.
Back for another bite.
Alive! After 70 million years.
“Driven to extinction! Back for revenge!” ~Carnosaur (1993) movie
Q. Why did the Dinosaur cross the road? A. The chicken wasn’t invented yet!
Roar like a dinosaur, it’s your birthday.
Stomp on over to our cave for a roaring Dinosaur birthday party.
Happy Birthday you old fossil. From an even older one !!!!!!
Q. What do you call a dinosaur with an extensive vocabulary? A. a thesaurus.
Jurassic times call for Jurassic measures.
What an eye-saur.
History repeats itself.
Change is good.