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Size:8x10

This set of 2 posters feature the main characters from J. M. Barrie’s legendary work. These heroes are Peter Pan and Fairy Tinker Bell. The pictures are creative watercolor art prints on the white background. You won’t see the faces or many details in the pictures because the style is minimalistic. Only the outlines are clearly visible against the background.

This pack of Peter Pan prints is perfect as party decoration supplies. You can use it in kid’s room or nursery as wall décor.

Each watercolor art print measures 8x10 inches. It’s possible to frame them, but bear in mind that our shop doesn’t provide frames. The material is thick poster paper – glossy and nice. You’re going to enjoy these stylish Peter Pan posters!

Peter Pan and Tinkerbell Posters – Set of 2 Art Prints – Kids Ro

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