Darling Darla Dragonfly adds a dash of funky fun to your home or yard.
Fully weatherproof paint and metal, Darla works equally well on the outdoor terrace as she does above the kitchen sink.
Striking black body and edges contrast with Darla’s light aqua, detailed wings.
Wire loop for easy hanging. Filed edges for safety’s sake. Approx. 12 wide x 9 high.
Darla is darlingly priced at $25, plus $9 shipping and handling in the U.S.
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