Adorable 1970s Valentine’s Day Cards Featuring The McDonaldland Characters – Design You Trust

Adorable 1970s Valentine’s Day Cards Featuring The McDonaldland Characters


Here’s an adorable set of Valentine’s Day cards featuring the McDonaldland characters. These were available in McDonald’s restaurants for kids in 1978



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