World map Rainbow - Small Buttons
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Small Buttons

World map Rainbow

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Buttons small 1''/25 mm (5-pack)

Word up! Buttons are a subtle but effective accessory to carry statements in a stylish way. Use them as a small gift to spread some joy or for your own purposes to spread the word.
  • Set of 5
  • Backside with stick pin
  • Diameter: 1''/25 mm
  • Material: Metal, plastic

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About the designer

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World map Rainbow
World map Rainbow
The world map painted in the rainbow colors.
Tags: travelling, travel bug, wanderlust, journey, latitude, coordinates, World, contour, geo, rainbow, colour, planet earth, save the planet, pride, world map, colourful, equality, outline graphics
InaTa
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InaTa
Country:
Germany
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