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Color:Table Cover (1 Count)

Plan an action-packed party with Pokémon party supplies. This plastic table cover features a bright and bold design with Pikachu, Rowlet, Litten and Popplio characters. Each disposable plastic table cover measures 54 inch x 96 inch, fits most tables and provides both decoration and furniture protection. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use. You'll love the quick and easy cleanup once your child's super-charged adventure ends. Coordinate with plates, napkins, cups and more to create a Pokémon universe for all your guests.


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Celebrate what matters

Nothing better than celebrating the people that you love - make happiness happen with party themes and ideas that make amazing memories.

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Your words matter - with so many cards to choose from, you have the power to brighten someone's day.

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Turn gift-giving into a photo-worthy occasion with gift wrap drenched in colors and trends designed to wow.

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High-quality, high-end finishes, and innovative details help you celebrate in ways you can feel really good about.

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