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ProphyHolic Hemophilia Mom

Spread Awareness and Attention about Hemophilia! The Mom is holding her son up through the drop of blood symbolizing how "Hemo Moms" must teach their sons to never let hemophilia define or limit their lives!

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12 in H x 16 in L x 5 in W
 
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On land or sea, this all-purpose carry-all is always in demand. It is value-priced but well-made of durable cotton canvas with snap closure, open front pocket, cotton bound inner seams, colored canvas bottom and 22" handles. Maximum print area is front pocket center, 5"W X 4.5"H or back center, 5"W X 7"H. Maximum embroidery area is front upper center panel, 4"W X 1"H or back center 5.5" diameter.

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Black

Product Fit

One Size

Design ID

6906610

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ProphyHolic Hemophilia Mom
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Size: 12"H x 16"L x 5"W



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Please Note: "PLAYER NAME" and "00" are sample placeholders. On your actual finished product, we will center and space each player name and number from your roster above. Depending on the product, names / numbers may be screenprinted or printed heat applied transfer.

Thank you so much for your purchase! 25% of proceeds will be donated to Save One Life, Inc. (SaveOneLife.net) to sponsor a child or adult with a bleeding disorder in a developing country. My wish is for all Moms to have access to factor and care for their loved ones.