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Shiny Bits Holiday Gift Paks are the Perfect Present✨


Shiny Bits gift pak includes:

signed author copy (also sold separately)

Georgina Key hand-crocheted shell bookmark
EITHER a McCheeks Mayhem 'shine on' 4" plate perfect for your shiny bits

OR a Stella Rose bar necklace (side 1: 'u r my', side 2: 'shiny bit'

Eli's Bluejay Bakery Handmade Salted Caramel

Georgina Key hand-felted bookmarks sold separately $10 ea.

Shiny Bits Gift Paks are $45 each


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