white leather ballet shoes – This listing is for one SMALL Mesh WHITE Drawstring Bag. The bag measures approximately: 12" tall x 8" wide and can accommodate items such as one pair of child size shoes, one child softball glove etc. NOTE: shown in the pictures is a pair of Child Size 9 ballet shoes. Black mesh and larger bags more suited for adult sized items are also available in our shop.It is the ideal way to store your accessories and keep them safe. Perfect for traveling such as business, pleasure or sporting/competition events. Wonderful for gift giving to family, friends, teachers, bridesmaids, tweens, college students, sorority sisters or yourself; perfect for Mother’s Day, Birthdays or Christmas giving.Customizing begins with the selection of ribbon color to be sewn across the front. Please indicate upon ordering in the notes to seller which color is preferred. Ribbon colors available: Hot Pink, Pastel Pink, Bright Yellow, Kelly Green, Mint Green, Turquoise, Sky Blue, Lavender, Purple, Gray, Black, White. (NOTE: If no ribbon color is indicated, WHITE ribbon will be used) Ribbon size used will depend on type of monogram selected.Personalization using one of the fonts shown on the graphic in the listing is included in price; your choice of font/monogram style should be indicated upon ordering in the notes to seller (NOTE: Open Vines font (for 1, 2 or 3 letter monograms) and English Script (for full names) will be used if no font type is indicated). To view all letters for each font, visit our website SouthernSandDollars.Weebly.com” in the “Customizing Options” section – here you will also find a variety of dance, gymnastics and cheerleading embroidery options available – please contact us directly for pricing. Selection of embroidery thread color and monogram type should be done through the menu options upon checkout.**Important** If picking a monogram, please indicate desired monogram in notes to seller and specify sequence of the letters. Please specifically list the first name initial, middle name initial and last name initial as well as preferred sequence in the notes to seller section at checkout (NOTE: traditionally a feminine styled monogram is sequenced first, LAST, middle; a masculine styled monogram is first, middle, last; ex. for the stacked monogram first name initial (top left) middle name initial (bottom left) last name initial (larger on right). Care instructions: The fabric is a durable mesh fabric; however, to prevent breakdown of the material, hand washing or spot treating is recommended. Air dry.All bags are made to order and shipped from a dog loving, smoke free home within 1-2 weeks of purchase. As with all handmade items, no two are the same and slight imperfections may occur. (NOTE: Shoes and gloves shown are NOT included)**Sending as a gift? Let us know and we can include a personalized gift note with your purchase.Please feel free to browse our shop at www.etsy.com/shop/SouthernSandDollars You can also visit us at: www.southernsanddollars.weebly.comwww.facebook.com/southernsanddollars
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