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Irish Cotton Flag Bunting - Green/White/Green - 36" x 72"

Product Code: Fan-GWG-C-36

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$25.25
Weight:
1.00 LBS
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St. Patrick's Day Flag Bunting

Independence Bunting's St. Patrick's Day flag buntings are the perfect way to spruce up any St. Patrick's Day party or festival. Whether you are looking to fit these festive green and orange flags into a large or small space, we've got the pleated fan for you.

Our pleated fans are fully stitched, not printed. Independence Bunting makes their pleated fans with actual heat set pleats so after use, they can be folded back into their original pleats for the next time, without any wrinkling or ironing.

Using St. Patrick's Day flag bunting along with our other Irish decorations, such as St. Patrick's Day bunting and Pull Downs allows you to flaunt your Irish pride anywhere you want!

Material:

  • Heavy weight Poly/Cotton Blend
  • 100% Solar-Max Nylon
Sizes:
  • 12" Length by 24" Top Width ( 12" x 24" )
  • 18" Length by 36" Top Width ( 18" x 36" )
  • 24" Length by 48" Top Width ( 24" x 48" )
  • 36" Length by 72" Top Width ( 36" x 72" )

Customer Reviews

  • 5
    Irish Colors pleated fan

    The nylon fans were received quickly and the are of a very good quality. We will use them to decorate a trolley in the Philadelphia St. Patrick's Day parade. Thank you.

    Mary Simmons

    Posted by Mary Simmons on Mar 3rd 2017

  • 5
    Irish Colors pleated fan

    The nylon fans were received quickly and the are of a very good quality. We will use them to decorate a trolley in the Philadelphia St. Patrick's Day parade. Thank you.

    Mary Simmons

    Posted by Mary Simmons on Mar 3rd 2017

  • 1
    Not so good.

    I purchased this Green and White bunting for my son. He lives in a house that was built in the 1870''s. There is a St. Patrick's Day parade that goes right in front of his house. The put the bunting up a few days ago, but it rained, and the green ran and turned blue. Not so good for St. Patrick's day spirit. He is purchasing the nylon version so that he has the bunting. I was thinking about Red White and blue, but not now.

    Judy Struck

    Posted by Judy Struck on Mar 19th 2012