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Valentine art by sarah and bendrix

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Fewthings

Some Valentine art for you today from one of my new sponsors … the super lovely little hearts from Veronika who founded her design studio, Sarah & Bendrix,  in 2009. It all started with a wedding present and the rest is history.

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Fewthings

Some images from Veronika's blog, few things from my life…great ideas for framing your arts and displaying them. . 

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  1. NATALIA RICO

    Og!! Its gorgeus!!
    Each day one sorprise!!!
    What blog so creative!! Congratulations
    I like so much. Very original. I´ll write about you in mine.
    Kisses from Madrid

  2. Nadine

    Nice found! The hearts are sweet sweet and so simple. Very creative and not even that hard to make myself, as in a little present gift. Thanks for sharing 🙂


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