The red cover shows a flirtatious lucky goldfish couple. Little red hearts float around them.
Open the card to a crystal bowl placed on a white lace doily.
Rest your eyes on the colorful fish peacefully weaving between aquatic plants. The goldfish couple are living in love.
The sparkly red cover depicts the sight of goldfish in a water bowl represents a typical scene of luck and joy in Asian culture.
The illustration of pebble and seaweed were added to make the design more lively. The creative decorative paper makes this card a special gift to be displayed and enjoyed for year after year.
Lucky goldfish are symbols of good luck, tranquility, prosperity, wisdom, long life and strong relationships. They are one of the eight sacred symbols of the Buddha. They represent fertility, abundance and harmony with the flow of life. Ancient Greeks believed they enhanced good luck in marriage and relationships.
In the wild, they can live as long as 25 years. The oldest goldfish ever recorded was 43 years old.
Select this card for many occasions: birthdays, new home or office, get well. This card can be a gift to an elder in the family, such as your grandparents, aunts or uncles. This is a card to brighten up the Dilbert cube office. Give this card to a sick friend or child to gently add life and beauty to the room. The loving fishes are a source of inspiration for many artists. The card is left blank so you can write your warm message and bring joy to your loved ones.
Did you know:
The goldfish is the most popular aquarium fish in the world.
They actually see more colors than humans.
Goldfish can recognize faces.
Like snowflakes, no two are identical.
- Silence is goldfish.
- Go with the flow.
- Goldfish are flowers, flowers that move.
- You are my everything.
- A fish may love a bird, but where would they live? ~Drew Barrymore
- “There is a natural hootchy-kootchy motion to a goldfish.” ~Walt Disney
- I wouldn’t mind turning into a vermilion goldfish. ~Henri Matisse
*note: real, live, fish should never be kept in fishbowls. Pet fish belong in aquariums.