Samoyed Dog Chalk Art Mounted Morris Fashionable Print Dan by $24 Samoyed Dog Chalk Art Mounted Print by Dan Morris Handmade Products Home Kitchen $24,Art,Print,Samoyed,Chalk,/fripperer1344504.html,essentuki-17.ru,Dog,Handmade Products , Home Kitchen,by,Morris,Dan,Mounted Samoyed Dog Chalk Art Mounted Morris Fashionable Print Dan by $24,Art,Print,Samoyed,Chalk,/fripperer1344504.html,essentuki-17.ru,Dog,Handmade Products , Home Kitchen,by,Morris,Dan,Mounted $24 Samoyed Dog Chalk Art Mounted Print by Dan Morris Handmade Products Home Kitchen
Unique, custom dog breed chalk style Art Print available in two color options: white or bright. Artwork is printed with archival inks on 100% acid free, heavyweight, archival paper. Custom made just for you. Each art print is mounted onto a birch wood panel, sealed and comes Ready to Hang. Hanging hardware is included. Available in 4 sizes and 2 color styles, which can be viewed in the product shots. There are two personalization options which include Add dog's name or In Loving Memory, which also includes the dog's name. To personalize your mounted print by adding dog's name, Choose Add Dog Name in the options and place your dog's name in the text box. The "In Loving Memory" option includes the saying In Loving Memory above the heart and the dog's name is written inside the dog silhouette. Look for samples in the product shots. Please place your order carefully as each order is custom made and we follow the order exactly as it appears, including spelling of the dog's name. Dan Morris, only available through Dan Morris Design
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