Art of Giving Thumbprint Scarf
Art of Giving Thumbprint Scarf
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Art of Giving Thumbprint Scarf

This wearable work of art is based on a child's finger painting, and benefits charities.

$58.00 $ 43.99

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Was not the same pattern. Colors were not the same. Will be returning it.

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Beautiful quality!

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Received this as a gift ... it is gorgeous , always getting comments on it when I wear it

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Art of Giving Thumbprint Scarf

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