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Product description

Color:Snowflakes

Yoklili Snowflake Bulletin Board Border Trim can bring new life to a dull bulletin board. Perfect for Christmas holiday classroom bulletin board, window, chalkboard, whiteboard and photo frame decoration.

Looking for an easy way to spruce up your classroom for welcome Christmas? Try our snowflake bulletin board borders.


ADVANTAGES OF OUR BULLETIN BOARD BORDERS

# 1 Unique Design
Yoklili specially designed snowflake bulletin borders, a must have for this Christmas Holiday decoration.

# 2 Continuous Length Borders
Unlike other piece by piece borders or border stickers which might be shorter, our border trim is rolled and have a continuous length up to 36ft, no need to worry it is not fit.

# 3 Scalloped Edge
Compare to straight edge borders, our scalloped edge border trim adds more cute touch.


FEATURE
Material: cardstock
Size: 3 in x 36 ft.

PACKAGE
1 x snowflake bulletin board border, rolled

Yoklili Christmas Snowflakes Bulletin Board Border Trim for Clas


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