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trip - Sticker
Triple Stickers - trip - Sticker white matte
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Stick it to ‘em the way you like it! This sticker is made of durable vinyl. Just stick it on surfaces like your laptop, your car, furniture and any kind of smooth surface. The sticker is waterproof and can be removed from most surfaces without leaving any adhesive residue.
  • Vinyl stickers with outline cut, easy to remove
  • Durable and waterproof
  • Can be removed from most surfaces without residue within three years
  • Imported paper, printed and processed in the U.S.A.
  • Material: 100 µm PVC film

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SizeA (inch)B (inch)
2.6 x 3.9 inch
3.983.98

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queenharley
Designer
queenharley
United States
We celebrate the things that make us all unique. Without differences the world would be a boring place. What you wear reflects who you are. Your style is your voice. Express who you are, FIND YOUR VOICE. Not all my designs are available on the market, visit my shop to see more.
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trip
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trip
Tags: trip, Triple, triptych, trippy

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