ITH Sacred Traditions D3081 Baptized in Christ Keepsake Box P11359274ITH-D3081 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/ITH/ITH-D3081.jpg Sacred Traditions D3081 Baptized in Christ Keepsake Box Manufacturer Part Number:D3081Delicate pink and blue hues and pearlized paint details enhance these exceptional baptism gifts from Avalon Gallery\'s Baptized in Christ Collection. This elegant, adorable and very cheerful collection is gift boxed for gifting on the infants special day.The keepsake box has the figure of a sheep on the lid and inscribed with the words - Baptized in Christ. It is perfect for those tiny treasures of babyhood and makes an excellent gift for baptism. -- Resin -- 2-1/2\" Dia x 3\" H 11359274 886083598791 0.46lbs 4.00 4.00 4.00
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Manufacturer Part Number:D3081

Delicate pink and blue hues and pearlized paint details enhance these exceptional baptism gifts from Avalon Gallery's Baptized in Christ Collection. This elegant, adorable and very cheerful collection is gift boxed for gifting on the infants special day.The keepsake box has the figure of a sheep on the lid and inscribed with the words - Baptized in Christ. It is perfect for those tiny treasures of babyhood and makes an excellent gift for baptism. -- Resin -- 2-1/2" Dia x 3" H

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