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Rifle Paper Co. Hardcover Blush 2017 - 12 Month Agenda

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  • 12-MONTH WEEKLY + MONTHLY CALENDAR PAGES; JANUARY – DECEMBER 2017
  • BOOK CLOTH COVER, ILLUSTRATED ENDPAPERS, INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES
  • POCKET FOLDER, SECTIONS FOR CELEBRATIONS, NOTES, AND IMPORTANT CONTACTS

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Our debut 12-month Blush agenda is both beautiful and functional. The most compact format, this agenda feels like a slim novel. It features a pale pink book cloth cover, copper foil and neon accents and perfect binding.


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