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Women S High Rise Midi Slip A Line Skirt A New Day Pink L
Get a closet staple that adds easy elegance to a variety of tops with the High-Rise Midi Slip A-Line Skirt from A New Day™. This high-waist midi skirts sits at the natural waist for a flattering fit and features a full waistband elastic so it's simple and comfortable to pull on and wear. The skirt is bias cut at a diagonal for a more dramatic and elegant drape making this stylish midi skirt easy to dress down by tucking in a plain tee or to pair with a coordinating color blouse for a chic two-piece look. Color: Pink. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Tie Dye Design. Material: Polyester.
dustychins: Kids love the shapes. Does Scratch easy, not sure how it even happened. Have never used metal utensils on it.
Erica: This pan is amazing. I even make cute eggs in it and the kids love them. It is easy to use, easy to clean, nice shapes and it works well. It is perfect for my family and I can make a lot of pancakes at once. I am happy with my purchase and it surpassed my expectations. Thank you.
Fabulinus "To err is human. To forgive for no...: The only reason I purchased this was because I thought my 19 month old would get a kick out of eating bugs for breakfast. It was totally an impulse buy for her and she seems to like looking at the pictures of bugs on her pancakes though its hard to sometimes tell what bug is what once the pancakes are done. Also, it takes a little skill to flip the pancakes over and position them right once one side is cooked and I didn't expect silver dollar size since it doesn't say that in the description of the product. Still a really fun item and a great buy for kids' pancakes.
Jean C. Staib: WOW is this ever more neat! I use the OXO red turner with it and they turn out great! Especially good with some home-made fruit sauces - like strawberry and/or blueberry.
J_VA: I'm happy with this pan. The pancakes are cute, my son loves them. It's not that hard to figure out the right temperature and I use a fork to flip the pancakes. I just have to make sure not to pour too much of the batter because the pancakes will stick together and then it gets tricky to separate them and flip. It just needs a little practice.