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some things I liked this week…PART 2

Pilosale

handmade pillows from pilosale

VibekeFonnesberg

this light from Vibeke Fonnesberg

Pinetti

baby products from pinetti

 

Enjoy your weekend… mine is going to be a surprise….turning 39 on Sunday 🙂 irene xx

Justhatched

this puzzle from just hatched

Irenehoofs

some drawings I re-discovered from my own portfolio…

 

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  1. Kerstin

    Love that lamp! Already admired it in the latest issue of MILKDECO. Have a good weekend and a lovely birthday!


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