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Today I am being a guest blogger at Signature Scent and would be very happy if you would pop over and visit me.

Wishing you all a very Happy Easter/
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Je vous souhaite un très Joyeuses Pâques

L x

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  1. Leann! Fantastic post! I to love Chanel No.5 Did you see the movie with Coco Chanel and how it came about? Happy Easter! ~lulu

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  2. My favourite perfume Leeann!! Shall pop on over to Signature Scents to say hi:) Happy Easter to you and Mr. FF ~ Tina x

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  3. I LOVE Chanel perfume. I'm currently wearing Coco Mademoiselle.

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  5. OOOps...don't know what happened...as I was saying...I got my first bottle of Chanel No.5 when I was 14 and have dearly loved this fragrance ever since. I'll be right over to see your guest post. Wishing you a wonderful Easter weekend! ~jermaine~

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  6. Hi Leann,
    Lovely post...I'm also a Chanel No.5 kinda girl.
    ox
    Cathleen

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  7. Hello Leann,
    I have added you to my European Inspiration Blog roll on my blog site.

    Love that you came by to visit me in California U.S

    Will be back to snoop around your beautiful blog postings.

    Amour
    "Dore"

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  8. Pleased to hear that you all like Chanel No. 5, I read somewhere that a bottle sells every 30 seconds somewhere in the world...it is pretty incredible.

    DustyLu I have not seen the Coco Chanel movie yet but will buy a copy of the DVD as it sounds like a great "chick flick".

    Hope that you are all having a fabulous Easter, Mr FF surprised me tonight with a fabulous bouquet of roses (pink and red long stemmed) so I am one happy girl :-)

    Mille baisers, L

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  9. Seeing perfumed thoughts on your blog to day - thought I should have a look as it is always how I sign off!
    www.prudence-parfumeur.com

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  10. Hello Leeann,
    Just stopping by to say hello and wish you a wonderful Easter holiday to you and your family.

    I have to say I love perfume and lipstick so much, so your images intrigue and excite me. I am happily a Coco Madamoiselle fan. It's so soft and feminine. I was surprised with a bottle of the oil body mist in my stocking this Christmas. It's such a nice bonus on your skin.It's become a new obsession to add to my list!
    Have a wonderful holiday!
    XoXo
    Gail

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  11. Hi! I am having a French link Party.You could link your wonderful posts :)
    Here http://lechateaudesfleurs.blogspot.com/2010/03/french-obsession-party-1-frenchy.html

    I have a give away and i ship internationally :)
    Gros bisous
    Frenchy

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  12. Happy Easter Leeann.
    Chanel No 5 has always been one of my favourite perfumes and I never tire of it.

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  13. So enjoyed your post over there Leeann - hope you are having a wonderful Easter weekend. x

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