Though the cards haven't yet reached the shelves, the owner of the seven Hallmark stores in Idaho has already received threats of a boycott should they choose to carry them, according to the assistant manager for the Nampa store, Cassi Jacobsen.
"I have had people saying they would no longer shop at Hallmark based on the fact that Hallmark is carrying them," she told the Associated Press.
The family that owns the seven stores in two counties of Idaho is out of town and has not yet commented.
"Because of their beliefs, they will not be carrying those cards into the stores," Jacobsen said. "I don't know any more than that. They don't believe that it's right."
The Idaho Family Values Alliance has released a statement calling for the stores to not carry the cards.