Postcards from Sanna Annukka


i just treated myself on some new cards…i love Sanna Annukka, you too?

available here at nine teen seventy three, thanks Jurianne!


…off to a meeting for a total re-design for Bloesem and BloesemKids..exciting it's only just talks, but I hope to launch a new look in the second part of this year…stay with me 🙂

Bloesem loves comments
  1. michelle

    I LOVE Sanna’s designs and haven’t seen these cards, Thank You for sharing 🙂

  2. Tess

    Thank you so much for featuring these! I’ve been coveting Sanna Annukka larger works for ages, but can’t afford them. These little cards are perfect- I ordered a few & am waiting not-very-patiently for their arrival!

    I ordered a few of the chocolate bars, too…

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