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some things I liked this week…

Prettylittlethings

the felt items from pretty little things…

Guusje

Guusjes new Elephant screen print...

Aestheticoutburst Cocon-etc Luckykids

Aestheticoutburst

Lucky wooden horseshoe with geometric pattern from aesthetic out burst

Cocon-etc
trees…. cocon etc.

Luckykids
seeing myself in the first issue of LuckyKids magazine.
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Let me just finnish this week by wishing you a very Happy Easter weekend … we will be spending it in two cities… and trying to take a little bit of rest so I hope to see you back on Tuesday! xxirenexx

 

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  1. Melissa@Julia's Bookbag

    I did a profile of the new LuckyKids mag a couple weeks ago and noticed there was a write up on you!!! SO COOL!! It’s a good magazine, don’t you think?


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