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Baby Products » Wall Sticker Decorations » Peel & Stick Border » RoomMates » RoomMates - Sea Creatures Peel & Stick Border
RoomMates - Sea Creatures Peel & Stick Border

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RoomMates - Sea Creatures Peel & Stick Border
[RMK1178BCS]
You'll be bopping along at the bottom of the beautiful brimming sea with this fun, whimsical, colorful sealife peel and stick border. Great for bedrooms, classrooms and of course, bathrooms. Get the coordinated set of wall stickers (sold separately) for the finishing touch.

$12.99
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 13 November, 2009.

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