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Chuangdi 3 Pieces St. Patrick’s Day Table Sign Decoration St. Pa

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Product description


3 Pieces St. Patrick’s Day table sign decoration St. Patrick’s Day lucky sign shamrocks green truck leprechaun wooden table ornaments for St. Patrick’s Day, table, home party

Features:

A variety of styles:
3 Pieces St. Patrick’s Day table decors are available in this package and come in different patterns, such as the letter Lucky, truck and leprechaun; Enough quantity and rich styles can meet your decorations needs on St. Patrick’s Day.

Long lasting and reusable:
St. Patrick’s Day decoration is made of wood, durable and reusable, not easy to be broken or fade, can serve for a long times. Also a pretty gift for your friends, family, classmates or colleagues.

Specifications:
Color: as picture shows
Styles: as picture shows
Size:
Lucky word: 7 x 20 cm/ 2.7 x 7.8 inches
Green truck: 9.7 x 18 cm/ 3.8 x 7.1 inches
Leprechaun: 10.5 x 19 cm / 4.1 x 7.5 inches

Package includes:
3 x Table decorations

Warm note:
Manual measurement, please allow slight errors on size.
The colors may exist slight difference due to different screens.

Chuangdi 3 Pieces St. Patrick’s Day Table Sign Decoration St. Pa

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