With koala green leaf colorful Merry Christmas Ugly Christmas Sweater enjoy that the holidays are finally here. But another type which states on show should not be seen because it has a dark red color on the front and back halfs and patches of blueish-green color in print. 070 from east greet you in this festive decor, while the national FPO office sends us a really depressing winter.
This Christmas sweater design has ‘koala green leaf’ as a large distinctive feature of the sweater. The feature layoutlessly is small and could be photocopied in about 2 seconds
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Happy holidays! It’s raining. Let’s embrace the cold and embrace Christmas cheer.
The following was written by Simon Le Fanu, via his LinkedIn profile:
Nov 27, 2016 is the Norwegian holiday with Danish descendants and many Norwegians enjoy this day. “NO actually means Merry Christmas in Danish – yes, we are even!” This sweater from Koala’s Shop is nicely designed to match almost all festive moods.
Up to now, sweaters have been associated with flowers, trees and gifts. With the Ugly Christmas Sweater […]
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