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Note: Please disregard the font choices during customization. I will use the same font that is on the picture. Thanks! This key holder is functional and beautiful. Perfect for wedding gift, house-warming, anniversary or any other occasions. This is hand-crafted so there may be some slight variations in each piece. It is painted with a black and white paint which is slightly distressed (the paint is sanded and have a feel of imperfection to give this product some character)and has a black vinyl with your personalization (initial, names or surname and year). This measures 5.5x7 inches.

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