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Product description

Color:Pack 5 Pieces

This ornament is perfect for your car mirror, house, birthday gift, or gift for any holiday. Try something new when you get in the car.

Ornament is used to display as home decoration or meaningful gifts for friends and relatives on special occasions such as Christmas, Valentine, birthday… and suitable for expressing your personality.

The product is made from acrylic and printed on 2 sides, design is clear to ensure no color is faded.

All the molds will be put into 3.5×3.5 inches acrylic sheet for cutting.

A hole and twinkle thread attached to the strap.

Perfect for decorating your vehicle, gift for birthdays, weddings, etc.

Wisconsin Flag, Car Ornament Eagle Flag, Rear View Mirror Hangin

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