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Hoohobbers Personalized White/Pastel Mesh Kids Directors Chair - Embroidered

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Hoohobbers Personalized White/Pastel Mesh Kids Directors Chair - Embroidered

Note that personalization is limited to letters & numbers only. Dimensions: 12L x 10W x 10H inches. Star-studded chair for kids. Solid polypropylene plastic frame. Lightweight (6 lbs.) with 150-lb. weight capacity. Embroidered personalization option. Customization allows up to 18 characters. Personalization in font style and pink thread color as shown. 100% water-safe with protective foot pads. Recommended for children ages 1.5 to 5 years. They already call the shotwater-safe with protective foot pads. Recommended for children ages 1.5 to 5 years. They already call the shots, so you should just give them the chair to prove it already. Crafted from durable polypropylene and cast in adult-weight fabrics, this chair will outlast your child's toddlerhood. It's lightweight enough for them to carry it around while they create their playtime, and it's customizable so that everyone knows who's in charge. Complete with water-proof design so they can't ruin it, and includes protective foot pads to prevent marring your floors. An embroidery option allows you to customize your child's chair with up to 18 characters in either upper or lowercase letters. Go ahead, let them think they're really in charge. Note that this item can be personalized with letters and numbers only. Special characters, symbols, and punctuation cannot be entered in the personalization field. Make your kid feel like he or she is the director of a movie with this star-studded director's chair which features a pink-and-white design to complement your child's sassy style and personality. The solid polypropylene plastic frame and sturdy canvas provide long-lasting durability and the waterproof construction protects the chair from moisture. Lightweight in design for easy maneuvering this canvas chair features an embroidered personalization option allowing you to customize your child's chair to show who is truly running the show. read more