Little Lark Moon Phases Calendar

Awesome side of the moon.

You’ll know every phase the moon is in with the Moon Phases Calendar. This handmade calendar comes in 9 different color combinations. It’s designed so you are able to cut off some of the paper to begin a new year! It’s a 22″ by 30″ poster and is made of 100% cotton. It comes in different styles and has a beautiful close up of the moon and stars on the top, what more could you ask for?
$31 – $40
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