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This is an original handmade ready to be framed painting made on medium thickness Yupo paper with the best Tim Holtz inks.

Dimensions: 5″ x 7″ double matted to 8″x 10″

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This is an original, handmade, ready to be framed painting made on medium thickness Yupo paper with the best Tim Holtz inksThe painting is UV protected, but avoiding direct sunlight is recommended.

Dimensions: 5″ x 7″ double matted to 8″x 10″

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