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BABY ELEPHANT Painting - Print of original - 8x10 inches - landscape format

Taking big strides Edward elephant is enjoying his new found walking skills and is catching up with the rest of his herd with ease - I wonder what he will encounter out on the hot African savannah today?

The charm and innocence of this elephant print would make it a unique baby shower gift and one that would be a baby keepsake for the new mummy for years to come.

IMPORTANT SHIPPING Info. Please read before purchasing!***********************

This item ships from Wales, UK using Royal Mail Airmail which DOES NOT issue TRACKING numbers. I have used this for over 1300 successfully delivered parcels worldwide for 3 years.

BUT if you feel the need to have this extra security then please purchase the TRACKING upgrade here.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/100461106/airsure-tracking-number-postage-for

To see all of my available elephant please click this link - http://www.etsy.com/shop/eastwitching/search?search_query=elephant&search_type=user_shop_ttt_id_5289058&shopname=eastwitching&ref=auto2&explicit_scope=1

Your print will come in a clear cello sleeve with a certificate of authenticity. It will then be packed TOTALLY rigidly with cardboard (which I recycle), wrapped in strong paper and sealed in a gray waterproof plastic mailer for complete protection in transit.

Thanks for looking - Alison

BABY ELEPHANT Print, kids room art, Baby Shower Gift, nursery art girl

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, ink
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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