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THE BEAUTIES ARE HERE, BATIK BUTTERFLIES







This is the latest from BUTTERFLY JOURNEYS series. The idea is to have a set of 10 pieces of these 3 monarch butterflies in different colors and backgrounds. The size is 16x16 inches. NOT FOR SALE.

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Phil and Rachel said…
Hi Dominic - we have been trying to contact you by email on the address shown on the site (dominicbatiks@gmail.com) but keep getting a message that delivery has failed permanently. Do you have a different address now? if so please post it so we can contact you. Thanks Phil
Phil and Rachel said…
Hi Dominic - we have been trying to contact you by email on the address shown on the site (dominicbatiks@gmail.com) but keep getting a message that delivery has failed permanently. Do you have a different address now? if so please post it so we can contact you. Thanks Phil
DOMINIC said…
Hi Phil and Rachel, I think you may have missed something on the adress I posted
The email adress is info.dominicbatiks@gmail.com
Thank you.
Dominic

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