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You Are My Sunshine - Playground Stripe - 24" x 44" PANEL

You Are My Sunshine - Playground Stripe -  24" x 44" PANEL
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This joyful and child-like horizontal stripe is filled with the joy of children's toys or playground activities. The larger stripe shows happy children singing "You Are My Sunshine." The smaller stripe features stuffed animals, a Jack-in-the-box, airplanes, trains, robots and more are accompanied with smaller stripes featuring flowers and decorative dots. If you're looking for a special collection that will tickle the toddlers and young children in your life, this colorful companion stripe is just the ticket!Wider stripes are about 4", sold by the 24" panel which includes three children stripes, from the 'You Are My Sunshine' collection by Debi Hron for Spectrix.

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