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Disney Dreams Collection by Thomas Kinkade Studios: 2021 Wall Calendar (Calendar)

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The Disney Dreams Collection 2021 Wall Calendar captures the timeless magic of classic Disney stories and their captivating characters in settings imagined by Thomas Kinkade Studios.

Each monthly spread of this 12 x 12" calendar features a full-color image such as The Little Mermaid, The Princess and the Frog, Lion King Return to Pride Rock or Mickey and Minnie in the Outback

Other features include: 
  • Generous grids provide space to add appointments and reminders
  • Opens to 12 inches x 24 inches
  • Pre-planning spread for September–December 2020
  • Includes widely celebrated and nationally recognized holidays and observances
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About the Author


Thomas Kinkade the Painter of LightTM, emphasized simple pleasures and inspirational messages through his art—and the branded products created from that art. From textiles, to collectibles, to music and books, Thom believed that both the ability and the inspiration to create his paintings had been given to him as a gift. His goal as an artist was to touch people of all faiths and to bring peace and joy into their lives through the images he created. 


Product Details
ISBN: 9781524855949
ISBN-10: 1524855944
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication Date: July 7th, 2020
Pages: 24
Language: English

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