Island Fox Zipper Pouch Medium, Orange zipper, Organizer, Small Case
⧍ ☽ Going out on an adventure? ⧍ ☼ These adorable island foxes are ready to help you keep your tiny things in order while you are on the go!
This versatile pouch is made out of a Coyote Brush Studios original fabric pattern design that features California’s endemic fox! The outside canvas pattern was created from my original watercolor illustrations of this little fox that inhabits the California Channel Islands. Each pouch comes with care instructions and fun facts about this uniquely California species!
This listing is for the Island Fox zipper pouch with an orange zipper and sea blue lining. For the same pouch but with a blue zipper and orange interior click here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/540338163/island-fox-zipper-pouch-blue-zipper
Approximate size is 7.5 inches x 5 inches with a 7-inch zipper opening. This size is perfect for storing your phone, wallet, keys, sunscreen, small pencils or crayons, a small watercolor kit or other little-collected treasures! (Small items in the images are for photos only and are not included in the pouch.) These pouches are handmade with love by me, so very slight variations may occur.
♻ The fabric is both durable and eco-friendly! Produced and printed in the United States, the outside fabric is printed on eco canvas, a 100% polyester canvas with 45% recycled content, and is printed with 100% biodegradable, non-toxic ink! The Coyote Brush Studios tag on the bag is printed on organic cotton, and all the packaging is printed on 100% recycled paper. Your bag will be joyfully shipped in a 100% recycled padded mailer! ♻
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✁ Care instructions ✁
Hand wash or spot clean only. If ironing, use synthetic setting only.
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