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Treble & Bass Clef Heart Digital Print

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This listing includes both a 5x7 and a 8x10 PDF print of a heart formed out of a bass and treble clef. Perfect for the music lover.

My nephew, Byron Willis Turner was born August 28th in St. George, UT, and after being in the NICU for a little over a week, had to be life flighted to Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City. He was diagnosed with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, meaning the left side of his heart didn't develop. He will need to undergo 3 heart surgeries by age 4 and then most likely be put on a transplant list by the time he is 20. The Turners have two other young children at home that are missing their mom and baby brother, who are stuck in a hospital hundreds of miles away. All proceeds from the sale of this print will go toward the Turner family to help with the vast medical and travel expenses that come with having a child in the hospital 300 miles away from home. You can also help support Baby Byron here: http://www.gofundme.com/e7ewjs

This listing is for a PDF file available for direct download immediately after purchase. You may then print as many copies as you would like at home or a local print shop, but please do not redistribute. There will be no actual product shipped.

If you need a different color or size, feel free to shoot me a message and we can set it up.

Thanks!
This listing includes both a 5x7 and a 8x10 PDF print of a heart formed out of a bass and treble clef. Perfect for the music lover.

My nephew, Byron Willis Turner was born August 28th in St. George, UT, and after being in the NICU for a little over a week, had to be life flighted to Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City. He was diagnosed with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, meaning the left side of his heart didn't develop. He will need to undergo 3 heart surgeries by age 4 and then most likely be put on a transplant list by the time he is 20. The Turners have two other young children at home that are missing their mom and baby brother, who are stuck in a hospital hundreds of miles away. All proceeds from the sale of this print will go toward the Turner family to help with the vast medical and travel expenses that come with having a child in the hospital 300 miles away from home. You can also help support Baby Byron here: http://www.gofundme.com/e7ewjs

This listing is for a PDF file available for direct download immediately after purchase. You may then print as many copies as you would like at home or a local print shop, but please do not redistribute. There will be no actual product shipped.

If you need a different color or size, feel free to shoot me a message and we can set it up.

Thanks!

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