Monday, 1 November 2010

Fab French gift with purchase..


I cannot believe that today is the 1st November which means that Christmas is not that far away.


So we are offering all Fabulously French customers who spend over 50 euros (excluding shipping) a gorgeous Mathilde M soap which smells and looks tres belle.



{this gorgeous French soap smells and also looks divine}



We have had a lot of Christmas stock arrive and we are expecting lots more this week, all of which has a French theme.

Last week saw the arrival of lots of bouquets of lovely French Lavender which is grown in Provence.







These beautiful burlap and toile de jouy Christmas stockings also arrived last week.



I think that the "Joyeux Noel" label makes them that extra bit special.





This gorgeous set of 6 antique monogrammed damask napkins also arrived last week......




For details on all the products shown above and many, many more lovely items please click here.
............a tres bientot,
Leeann x

10 comments:

  1. They are the prettiest xmas stockings I think i have ever seen.

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  2. Lovely gifts....thanks for your kind words on my blog....

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  3. How beautiful these gifts look - I would love any of them.. and the little christmas stockings are so cute. x

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  4. Such beautiful gifts. The Christmas stockings are beautiful.
    Have a nice day.
    Teresa

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  5. I love the stockings!!! xoxoxo www.1942charm.blogspot.com

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  6. Lovely gifts for Christmas. It seems hard to believe it's only just around the corner.
    Take care. Nickyx

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  7. Prettiest little soaps and the Christmas stockings are so very cute!
    ~Dianne~

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  8. Love your blog!!! CHEERS! Michele

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  9. That are lovely gifts !
    Love ♥RINI♥

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