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Commemorate the annular solar eclipse that takes place on October 14, 2023 and the total solar eclipse taking place on April 8, 2024 with these embroidered patches. They have an adhesive backing so they can be ironed on or sewn on.
Commemorate the annular solar eclipse that takes place on October 14, 2023 and the total solar eclipse taking place on April 8, 2024 with these stickers. They are great for placing on tumblers, water bottles, computers, windows and anywhere else you find. Each image is die-cut so you can place each image separately where you would like. They are on a clear vinyl sheet. You can easily remove them to place them somewhere else.