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‘Make Believe’ by uusi

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I am kind of looking for new prints in our house and the new "Make-Believe' collection by Uusi is certainly part of my possible list to buy… not sure yet which one I like best… perhaps 'the Goose that laid the Golden Egg' … which one would you choose?

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  1. Sandra

    Gosh they are all so beautiful. My first thought was the Sleeping beauty one, but on second thoughts I thing you are right and the golden egg is my fave too.

  2. Maike - MoodKids

    In jouw mannenhuis is Make Believe / “Rapunzel” wel een leuke aanvulling denk ik 🙂
    ps. Krijg overigens steeds een soort foutmelding op je site(s) dat autorisatie is vereist voor bkids

  3. Lisette

    Ooooh wat zijn ze allemaal prachtig! Mijn favoriet is ook de “Goose that laid the golden Egg”.

    (Net als Maaike krijg ik ook steeds een foutmelding)


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