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    A +1.75 power pair of blue readers with blue and yellow watercolor print sides.
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    Indigo Readers

  • Close up of a woman wearing a black top and a long gold chain lariat necklace with a cross and heart charm at the bottom.

    Heart and Cross Giving Necklace

  • A navy and white floral tie-dye print wrist strap with gold metal accents.

    Wrist Strap - Ever Onward

  • A woman wearing black jeans, a blue blouse, and a blue floral print wrist strap attached to a small leather bag.

    Wrist Strap - True Friend Forever

  • A blue, yellow, and red floral print wrist strap with gold metal accents.

    Wrist Strap - All Things Through Prayer

  • A metallic gray leather cross body wristlet bag with black and gold accents.

    Cross Body Wristlet Bag - Metallic Gray

  • A purple and pink floral print wrist strap with gold metal accents.

    Wrist Strap - Most Loved Sister

  • A blue, green, and orange floral print wrist strap with gold metal accents.

    Wrist Strap - Follow Your Heart

  • A blue watercolor print wrist strap with gold metal accents.

    Wrist Strap - Let His Grace Guide Me

  • A front facing view of an indigo blue Block Print Bucket Bag", with a white printed images, a brown leather strap, and a brown leather drawstring."

    Indigo Block Print Bucket Bag

  • A blue and black animal print wrist strap with gold metal accents.

    Wrist Strap - Going Places

  • A blue and yellow watercolor print wrist strap with gold metal accents.

    Wrist Strap - Hope Anchors the Soul

  • Close up of a woman wearing a black top and a long gold chain lariat necklace with two heart charms at the bottom.

    Charm Necklace - Double Heart

  • An indigo multi patterned "Your Journey" backpack.

    Your Journey Indigo Backpack

Charlie’s calming paintings mirror the joy of his imagination. Born with Down syndrome, he stresses the importance of seeing him first as a person, then an artist.
-Charlie French