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Dolphin Kraft Wood Etched Ornament

SKU 01573
$10.00
In stock
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Brand new line of pressed wood etched ornaments, created and crafted by Jenn Johnson. These are fun, natural-looking, and very lightweight.

Because of the finish, you (or anyone who is a kid, at least at heart,) can even color them--but you don't have to.

Camper Ornament Painted with Nail Polish

In the photo shown, I used nail polish to decorate the camper in Christmas colors. Markers will work as well - just realize your colors will all be darker because you are starting with "kraft paper" color, not white.

Create memories with these limited production ornaments!

Approximately 1/8" thick, and 3.5" wide.

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