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Folded Onion Ornament – Caramel, Set of 4

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Introducing our Folded Onion Ornament in soft caramel. Crafted from cotton fabric waste, this ornament is the perfect touch of sustainability for your holiday decor. No plastic is used in its thoughtful design.

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Crafted from cotton fabric waste, this folded ornament is attached to a black bio-leather string and with a magnetic closing. Easy to fold out and in. Choose sustainability without compromising on style with this beautiful ornament.

Color:
Caramel
Made In:
India

Sold as a set of 4

Dimensions: 3.5"

Weight: 0.7 oz

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