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Rononand Yellow Lemon Stripes Tree Skirt Ornament 48inch Diamete

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Rononand Yellow Lemon Stripes Tree Skirt Ornament 48inch Diamete

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Product description


【Printing】Single-sided printing
[Material] Polyester (Imitated Super Soft)
[Size] Diameter 120cm/47.2inch
[] It is made of suede material, and the size is compatible with Christmas trees of different specifications; the opening design is easy to install, and the design of 3 straps is more firm; it can be decorated on Christmas trees and other items to increase the Christmas atmosphere.
[Applicable scenarios] Christmas decorations such as living room, courtyard, outdoor, etc.
[Washing Instructions] Hand wash and machine wash. Dry in a cool place and avoid long-term exposure to sunlight.
[Note] The invisible nails delivered are not suitable for walls such as tiles.
[Packing size] 23x24cm

Rononand Yellow Lemon Stripes Tree Skirt Ornament 48inch Diamete

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