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the size of this eucalyptus die-cut border trim is 1.6-2.4 inches. It is an ideal size for decorating bulletin boards, desks, storage cabinets, walls, doors and other learning visual displays. Too large a size will weaken the overall look and feel, and a too small size will make the decorative effect not obvious, so the appropriate size is ideal.

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This eucalyptus die-cut border trim is carefully designed and customized independently, adopting eucalyptus leaves as the core element and add purple flowers as embellishments. The edges of our products are irregular, making the whole more novel and beautiful.

Material: paper
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