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Paper Hand Shapes

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Hand shapes come white for you to decorate. Ideal for Harmony Day displays, class reward systems or personal developm...
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Paper Hand Shapes

Hand shapes come white for you to decorate. Ideal for Harmony Day displays, class reward systems or personal development activities. Made of Paper. Measures 12 H x 11cm W.
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Material Made of Paper.
Unit of Measure Pack of 100
Height 12cm
Width 11cm
Machine Washable MAW
Made in Australia YES
Ready to Decorate YES
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