notNeutral Wallpaper Count Pink Border Kit | Modern Kids Furniture at

notNeutral Wallpaper Count Pink Border Kit | Modern Kids Furniture at
notNeutral designs by wallcandy arts. Our numbered Count design comes in a coordinating border design in two colors. Each kits gives you 18' of border that coordinates with our Count:Assorted Numbers. The pink border also includes yellow, orange and light pink. • Made of removable and reusable vinyl • 12 sheets per pack • Each sheet is 19" x 5.5" • Comes in Pink or Blue • For use on walls • Coordinates with Count decals • Made in the USA
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