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Rabbits Bath Sheet featuring the painting Hanging Out With The Coon Brothers by Charles Sims

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Hanging Out With The Coon Brothers Bath Sheet

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Decorate your bathroom and dry yourself off with our luxuriously soft bath towels and hand towels.   Our towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption.   The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton.   Available in three different sizes: hand towel, bath towel, and bath sheet.

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

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1 - 2 business days

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Bath Sheet Reviews (141)

Average Rating (4.30 Stars):

January 20th, 2019

Very nice bath towel. It is very large and thick. The picture is so pretty.

January 11th, 2019

Very unique piece of art. Displayed in my living room and admired. Will highly recommend.

January 9th, 2019

Daughter-in-law has the shower curtain, which she loves, and thought I'd get the hand towel to go with it. Didn't give it to her. The photo shows the entire towel, not what it looks like folded. When folded you only see some of the "splatters" on the bottom. If you turn it around the zebra's head is upside down. The way it's currently being produced, it isn't a suitable image for a hand towel.

January 7th, 2019

I love the design but wanted to buy a towel that actually gets used - high polyester content makes that dubious. also: I was hoping to support American Artists as well as manufacturers - this sentiment got killed by giant "MADE IN CHINA" tag. Very sad.

January 7th, 2019

I love the design but wanted to buy a towel that actually gets used - high polyester content makes that dubious. also: I was hoping to support American Artists as well as manufacturers - this sentiment got killed by giant "MADE IN CHINA" tag. Very sad.

January 7th, 2019

I love the design but wanted to buy a towel that actually gets used - high polyester content makes that dubious. also: I was hoping to support American Artists as well as manufacturers - this sentiment got killed by giant "MADE IN CHINA" tag. Very sad.

Artist's Description

Jack, Jill and I were on the creek bank, trying to catch fish. We all knew who were coming by the sound the raucous trio were making. This was not our first time these three. We knew and liked them, but sometimes they were a bit too much to handle. That was the case this time. We could tell as soon as they hit the light of the lantern that they had been partaking of the mushroom stump water. The effect was deeper on Barrack than Harry or Chuck. They were bad enough, but Barrack had been especially deep into the stump. We had all been in this spot before and knew that it would soon be contentious. First they would flatter us by telling us how great citizens we were by trying to feed ourselves. Then if we were successful in fishing we should give them sixty percent for "administrative" costs, then give 30 percent to the ones who did not have an opportunity to fish for themselves. If we were not too greedy we should keep the other ten percent for ourselves. They failed t...

About Charles Sims

Going down the road, looking like a fat toad, toting a heavy load of moon pies that finally settled in my stomach, just above my thighs. Ah, for the days of my youth, when I had no tail, now I am afraid of the scale. Then I carried rocks in my pocket to keep the wind from making me sail, now my wind could fill a sail. Exercise is hard, that is why I am a tub of lard. Tomorrow is another day, tonight I will have another chip by Lay. My willpower is shot, all I do is eat a lot. Take heart, if it will last, when I reach eighty, I will have a blast. My taste buds will be gone, and I will journey back to the bone. Back to the rocks in my pocket, maybe one in my locket. But my knees, my knees, my knees, will say please, please, please, you...

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