"Little Recruit" Army Camo Baby Shower Favors Lip Balm, 15pc (ARMYBABY1)

"Little Recruit" Army Camo Baby Shower Favors Lip Balm, 15pc (ARMYBABY1)

Vendor :Party Favors by Design

Type :Boy Baby Shower Lip Balm Favors

$ 21.90
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It’s never too early to celebrate your little recruit’s impending arrival! That’s why Party Favors by Design created the perfect memento for guests to treasure for months to come. Built tough, each all-natural lip balm features an affixed weatherproof sticker adorned with an army star, tank, camo and up to 4 lines of personalized text. Practical, useful and inexpensive our army camo themed lip balms will hold up when tossed into a purse or bag and will bring back fond memories with each use of the time guests reported for duty at your baby shower.

PRODUCT DETAILS:

  • Set of 15 lip balms
  • Stickers come affixed to the lip balm tubes
  • Flavors Available: Peppermint, Vanilla, Herbal Mint, Cherry or Blue Raspberry
  • All natural lip balm
  • Ingredients: Soybean Oil, Sunflower Oil, Beeswax, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Vitamin E, Aloe Vera, Flavor and FD&C Color, if Applicable
  • No SPF
  • Labels are weatherproof
  • Glossy label

 

HOW TO PERSONALIZE YOUR ORDER:
1.
Select your lip balm flavor from the drop down menu at the right of the product photos.

2. Review the product photos for the sticker layout. Select your color options from the drop down menu. Happy with the colors shown in the product photo? No worries. Just select "COLOR AS SHOWN" from the drop down boxes.

3. Enter your text in the applicable boxes labeled Text Line 1, Text Line 2, etc. You do not have to use all text lines.

 

COLOR DISCLAIMER:
Monitors have a variety of settings. It is important to understand that the particular computer monitor you are using determines the particular colors that you will see displayed. Different monitors will have slightly different contrast and color ratio settings. Therefore, the colors you see on your computer screen may not 100% accurately reflect the colors of my printed labels as they actually are.

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