It's never too early to look great! So get your baby this short sleeve cotton jersey tee that's not only stylish, but also comfy, durable, and easy to clean. It's a classic that's bound to become the most loved item in your baby's wardrobe.
• 100% combed ring-spun cotton
• Heather colors are 52% combed ring-spun cotton, 48% polyester
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz/yd² (142 g/m²)
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• 32 singles
• Relaxed fit
• Side-seamed construction
• Blank product sourced from Nicaragua, the US, or Honduras
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THE BUTTERFLY COLONY
The Butterfly Colony live on the other side of the Dark Forest. Butterflies are the symbols of change. They start their lives off eggs then they go through a life cycle. At the end of the change they emerge from their cocoons as beautiful and colourful butterflies.
According to legend, The SnailFarm is located in Grandma’ Ogre’s Veggie Garden. The stories of the Snails and the creatures of the Dark Forest are told by Phillipe, the storyteller, Grandma’Ogre’s grandson.
The SnailFarm StorySlime is an educational Creative Storytelling Project for 9-13 year old children.
The characters of the prints on the products are part of the SnailFarm Community and the stories around the Snails.
Each story comes with a new set of characters that are collectibles and only available on the products for a certain period of time until the new story comes out.
Collectibles are products with the SnailFarm designs on them. Each campaign comes with a short story that is published on AMAZON and with a series of products that bears the designs of only those characters that are part of the short story.
The Change, the latest in the SnailFarm StorySlime Story Collection, is now available on AMAZON. Read more about the Project and the Snails on this website: https://www.ildikokudlik.com/snailfarm/product-info/
Upon purchase and providing your email address, you will receive a promotional code to use on AMAZON.COM with which you can purchase The Change, a SnailFarm_StorySlime Short Story for children.