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1- Fleur De Lis Wedding Wine Stoppers With Your Design of Choice, Wedding Thank You Favors, Vino Gift, Wine Gift- FREE Shipping

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Your guest will think you went the extra mile when they receive these Fleur De Lis wine stoppers as their “Thank You” gifts. These wine stoppers are a gift they can use again and again and for years to come. Hand made with precision for your special wedding day in mind. If you need a different quantity, please message me. Upon check out in the note section, please include what Fleur De Lis design you would like on your stopper.

Wine Stopper Details:
20.5mm Natural Super White Cork
30mm Natural Wood Caps
Painted and sealed with non toxic paint and a protective top coat sealer

Thank you for taking the time to look at my Fleur de Lis wine stoppers. I hope you’ll come back to see what stoppers I come up with next.

Description

Your guest will think you went the extra mile when they receive these Fleur De Lis wine stoppers as their “Thank You” gifts. These wine stoppers are a gift they can use again and again and for years to come. Hand made with precision for your special wedding day in mind. If you need a different quantity, please message me. Upon check out in the note section, please include what Fleur De Lis design you would like on your stopper.

Wine Stopper Details:
20.5mm Natural Super White Cork
30mm Natural Wood Caps
Painted and sealed with non toxic paint and a protective top coat sealer

Thank you for taking the time to look at my Fleur de Lis wine stoppers. I hope you’ll come back to see what stoppers I come up with next.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 cm
style

Number Choice, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

materials

cork, wood

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