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Modern song lyric art print inspired by the song lyrics from "Sweet Child Of Mine" by Guns N' Roses... Lyrical Artworks make a thoughtful gift for any music lover!

• Available in a variety of sizes and styles.

• Prints are professionally printed on heavyweight, acid free, archival photo paper with premium inks.

• Matted prints are matted behind a white mat board with a bright white core, backing board, and enclosed in a resealable crystal clear bag. Overall dimensions are 11x14 inches.

• Framed prints are matted and mounted in a wooden frame with a 1.5" depth. The frame has an acrylic front, backing board and sawtooth hanging hooks. Please indicate your frame choice in the "note to seller" section of the order page.

• Canvas Wraps are printed on high quality Fine Art canvas, wrapped on a strong poplar frame with a 1.5” depth and finished with a hanging wire. The image wraps around the sides of the frame, so there is no need for additional framing - just hang and enjoy! (Canvas Wraps are available to US orders only.)

A portion of all proceeds go to VH1's Save The Music Foundation - a non-profit organization committed to ensuring that music instruction is a core component to a complete education.

Back to LyricalArtworks: https://www.lyricalartworks.etsy.com

Sweet Child Of Mine / Guns N Roses inspired song lyric art print - girl nursery art, home decor, baby girl room, baby decor, gift idea

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