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Little Campers Print by Tim McFadden

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Little Campers Print by Tim McFadden

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Little Campers Print by Tim McFadden
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Description
The adorable puppies in Tim McFadden's Little Campers have their marshmallow sticks ready and are all set to live the good life. Print has a faux canvas finish for added protection and the look of an original painting, and is surrounded by a 1-1/4" frame with a black veneer finish. The sawtooth hanger makes it easy to place this print anywhere in your home.

• Little Camplers Print by Tim McFadden
• 1-1/4" frame
• Kraft paper backing with sawtooth hanger
• Faux canvas finish to resemble original painting

Size
12"W x 12"H print; 14-1/2"W x 14-1/2"H frame

Shipping
Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.
Reviews
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5.0 (based on 1 customer reviews)

By Dog Lover Donna
FromPenn
I love this picture!
Comments about Product:
I love, love, love this picture! I bought it for my cabin and it is perfect (would be perfect anywhere IMO). The quality is excellent and I think it's a terrific value given how well-done it is. The dogs are adorable and everybody who sees it asks me where I got it. Will likely order the other one featured and hopefully there will be more soon.

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