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Round metal box with adult birthday label

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White metal tins Its daily use Who has never used a storage metal box ? I'm sure that in every citizen's cupboard there are tin boxes. And who knows how many tins there are in his studio, flat, house or even castle? I don't think many people have made an account of every single tin. There are tins of all kinds and for all purposes: for storing old souvenirs, photos, key rings etc., metal tins for storing biscuits, metal sweet tins, pill tins, tins for a thousand and one uses for storing a thousand and one things... These tins are usually decorated with either a logo or an image and serve as marketing advertisements for companies. Moreover, they come in different shapes and sizes; square, rectangular, round. But how many people know the origin? Gifts-custopolis.com sells metal tins whose lids can be personalised with a photo of your children, a travel photo or with labels dedicated to Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day or any other labels dedicated to various events. Not everyone has the desire to celebrate a birthday. Nevertheless, this white metal box decorated with the birthday label, birthday gifts to personalise, birthday gifts, which you choose and thanks to your nice message, the most disapproving will change their mind for this original birthday gift idea.

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Printable area : diameter 146 mm Shape : round Dimensions : diameter 150 x 150 mm Material : metal

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Adults
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Woman
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