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A super cute lightweight tote to fill with some goodies for someone you love. It's a whole lotta love. Quantity Discount:1-5----$10 each5-10 ----$9 each11-19 ---- $7 each20+---- $5 eachTote Product Description:; 100% Cotton Canvas, 6 ounce fabric ; 14;x16;, self-fabric handles.
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