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HBCU Inspired Purple and Gold Baby Boy Blanket
HBCU Inspired Purple and Gold Baby Boy Blanket
HBCU Inspired Purple and Gold Baby Boy Blanket
HBCU Inspired Purple and Gold Baby Boy Blanket
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HBCU Inspired Purple and Gold Baby Boy Blanket

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Have you EVER seen a blanket THIS cute? Our HBCU inspired personalized baby blankets are the perfect gift for any mom or dad-to-be! This Purple and Gold Boy blanket features an adorable brown baby boy with a beanie.

This personalized baby blanket is the perfect gift for a baby shower, birthday, Christmas, or any other special occasion! Watch the recipient’s face light up when they see their baby’s name on a blanket repping their favorite HBCU colors!

Blanket Details:

    -Sizes: Baby: 40" (L) x 30" (W) OR Toddler/Kid: 50" (L) x 40" (W)
    -Made of ultra-soft microfleece flannel that will keep you warm
    -Lightweight and durable
    -Features a premium no-fade print with a beautiful color vibrancy
    -One side printing
    -Machine washable and dries quickly

    About Our Blankets
    We guarantee clear and bright prints on a quality blanket. The sublimation process ensures that the print becomes a part of the blanket and will not fade. Even though our expert printers practice extreme care in order to minimize imperfections while pressing the artwork onto our blankets, some blurs and white areas may occur near the edges of the blanket, as shown in the photos.

    Note: The color samples provided here may not be exact representations of the product colors. Monitor resolution, color settings, and display type can all affect how the colors are viewed on the internet.