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The Princess & The Frog - Tiana & Her Prince - Dawn Blue

The Princess & The Frog - Tiana & Her Prince - Dawn Blue
US$ 8.50 / yard
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White, Cameo Pink, Berry, Black, Chocolate, Maple Gold, Sage, Willow Green, Scarlet, Dawn Blue

The beautiful princess Tiana walks gracefully through blossoming trees with fluttering butterflies and her handsome prince in this lovely print inspired by the animated film 'The Princess & The Frog'. The spring palette and feminine florals recreate the magic of this story perfectly! Princess Tiana is about 3 3/4" tall, 'Tiana and Prince' from Springs. Disney stipulates that this product cannot be shipped outside the USA, Puerto Rico and Canada. It is intended for home use only, not for manufacturing.

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