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Object of my desire.......

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Let me count the ways that I love thee.....
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this fabulous object has all the things that I love..
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oh so fabulous cloche,
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haute-couture objets,
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and the things I love most of all
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papillons.


To see more fabulous cloches, please visit piece unique.

Je vous souhaite à tous un mercredi fabuleux,

L x

Comments

  1. Absolutely gorgeous cloches! Swoon...

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  2. Very original , love them....

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  3. I love the butterflies too but it is the cotton reels that really grab me!!!

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  4. How beautiful, I just love cloches!

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  5. They're beautiful! I can see why you love them!! Everything looks better under a cloche :)

    Hugs ~

    :) T

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  6. Very cool! I like the black & white butterflies with the pinks of the spools, interesting composition!

    Original and creative, bravo!

    bzbz

    Kit

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  7. I love them too! Maybe it'd be possible to make one myself....hmmmmmmm.... Vanna

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  8. Hi Leeann,

    The cloches are beautiful and I love the juxtaposition of the butterflies and the haberdashery supplies.

    Happy Easter
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  9. They are so gorgeous Leeann. They capture that beautiful display so perfectly. I love the mix of treasures in these too. Amanda xx

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  10. No wonder I can never find any cloches while I'm out thrifting...everyone else loves them too! Gorgeous Leeann! ~Lili

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  11. I love the Spring butterfly fever that is everywhere at the moment! So pretty, feminine and very elegant. It all looks even prettier under a cloche!

    I hope that you have a lovely Easter weekend, Leeann.

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  13. Idiot moi...I didn't know these were called, Cloche.
    Nameless or not, very beautiful!
    Carolg

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  14. Lovely! Your blog is just beautiful, too! Thank you so much for visiting mine! ;) Have a lovely weekend!

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  15. Interesting and beautiful cloche's!

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  16. Love, love, love these! Hope you have had a lovely Easter break! Tracey xx

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