Mini Tabletop Christmas Tree , 24pcs Miniature Pine Trees Froste
Mini Tabletop Christmas Tree , 24pcs Miniature Pine Trees Froste
â 100% Non-woven Fabric Plastic and Wooden Base.
â Lovely sisal trees with three colors needles, White frost and gold wood base.
â A layer of "snow" lay on the mini sisal bottle brush tree, realistic and interesting, perfect gift for families, kids, friends, they can decorate home party, landscape scenery by themselves.Fit for kids 3 years old and up.
â Perfect DIY crafts for decorating village scene, railroad, table, living room, kitchen etc. to make a winter scene, train railway scenery, mini garden, holiday village.
â If little sisal trees are out of shape, please soaked in water and they recovered immediately.
Feature 100% Non-woven Fabric Plastic and Wooden Base Lovely sisal trees with three colors needles, White frost and gold wood base. A layer of "snow" lay on the mini sisal bottle brush tree, realistic and interesting, perfect gift for families, kids, friends, they can decorate home party, landscape scenery by themselves.Fit for kids 3 years old and up. Perfect DIY crafts for decorating village scene, railroad, table, living room, kitchen etc. to make a winter scene, train railway scenery, mini garden, holiday village. If little sisal trees are out of shape, please soaked in water and they recovered immediately.
Package Included 24 pcs x Mini Christmas Tree
Mini Tabletop Christmas Tree , 24pcs Miniature Pine Trees Froste
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