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Fruit Ladies - Ladies Lounging Frames - Sand

Fruit Ladies - Ladies Lounging Frames - Sand
US$ 10.75 / yard
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White, Amber, Straw Yellow, Peach, Orange, Cherry, Melon Green, Henna Brown, Black, Ocean, Sand

Whimsical bathing beauties with fruit-shaped bodies partake of the sunshine and tropical drinks in this hilarious and vividly-hued panel print! You're bound to get a chuckle out of the manner in which fruits like strawberries, apples, bananas and pears have been incorporated into these divas' anatomies. As they lounge on beach towels enjoying the ocean view, they present a fruity spectacle to folks strolling along the boardwalk or seagulls soaring overhead. Larger frames are about 5" x 6", from the 'Fruit Ladies' collection by Mary Stewart for Elizabeth's Studio.

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