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Fabulous website......



I have got lots of fabulous things to share with you over the course of the next week or so, including:

  • Some more of Kee's lovely photos
  • Details of some fabulous french websites and blogs that I have found recently and are now addicted to
  • Photos of my friend's adorable and of course french car
  • and of course anything that crops up in between which I think is worth sharing.....

But today I really wanted to share this website with you, I adore it and think that you will too.......


La amoire de Camille

Let me know what you think.....

L x

Comments

  1. Hello L
    What a lovely website you have introduced!!!..I wish I could read the site(sigh~~)Lovely illustration.. just gorgeous..Can't wait to read more of your posting soon.

    Take care
    Julie xx

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  2. What a wonderfully different blog site, I love it and so does my puppy, especially the birdsong at the beginning, nothing has quite captivated her so much!

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  3. Such a divine site - it looks like it's been created by your beautiful fairies! Leigh

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  4. Wonderful! You feel the need to visit that boutique immediately!

    It is not that far to me! I save this address!Thanks for sharing!

    Greet

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  5. Have been to visit La amoire de Camille and it is as good as you said it would be...lovely.
    I have also been to your friend Kee's website which has the most amazing photographs....I love the fairy in the jar that you showed. XXXX

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  6. Great website, I'll bet the shop is just as special....Have you ever seen the Astier de la Villatte website? It's WOW too and the talk is the designer is the great looking gentleman with the wavy black hair on the home page.....

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  7. Wow, I love the graphics and the little star that sparkles so prettily! I, too, wish I could read what is written. Why, oh, why didn't I try to learn the French that was offered to me!?!?! Thanks for the intro to this website. Hugs, Cindy S.

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