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Navy Triple Bow Keepsake Lathopana Box

$56.00
SKU TS-Box-TriBow

Decorated with a triple bow, the middle sparkly navy satin bow gives an elegant and cute touch for your special event, perfect for a Nautical themed.

Perfect for carrying and displaying your baptismal set, durable enough that can hold and preserve all your baptismal items for future storage as well.

Color choice applies to the Accent in the Center Bow.

Approximate size: 22" long by 12" width by 4" in height. Box allows for plenty of space to store all your lathopana items and ample space to spare for extras (baptismal outfit, diapers, etc).

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Store all your lathopana items and extras - baptismal outfit, diapers, shoes, socks.  Perfect for carrying and displaying your baptismal set.  Durable enough that can hold and preserve all your baptismal items for future storage as well.


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