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Frozen - Snow Day With Olaf - Frost Blue - 58" FLEECE

Frozen - Snow Day With Olaf - Frost Blue - 58" FLEECE
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In this soft and cuddly fleece print, Anna & Elsa glide over the ice and through a flurry of snowflakes to play with their happy snowman friend Olaf. The lacy flakes make elegant vignettes around these favorite characters from Disney's Frozen. 58" wide, 100% polyester FLEECE, 'Sisters' from the movie 'Frozen' by © Disney for Springs. Larger frames are about 10 1/2". 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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