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I love these..

There is something about La Tour Eiffel that I simply cannot resist. These diaries have just arrived in the Fabulously French online shop and I have a feeling that one of these will be offered a new home in my hand bag.

Also new in are these fabulous tins containing glittery Paris postcards - I have put a few in my showroom and it is hard to tell which are new and which are the antique cards.

Speaking of tins, also new in are these sets of French rubber stamps, what a fabulous gift these would make.

Or for the sometimes forgetful, how about these Paris inspired sticky notes?

Will be back soon to show you some of the new candles that have been made especially for Fabulously French and of course include some "recyclage" of fabulous items found in France.

........a la prochaine....

Leeann x


  1. i LOVE all of these too! have the glittering postcards - so fantastic!

  2. I love them all!!!!! choices choices...*sigh*.....AND....thanks for the reminder....never been to Paris(yes eurodisney;)), still want to go there .....someday.....soon???;)



  3. Great postcards! Especially love the first one.

  4. Oh you do have some beautiful items over in your shop LeeAnn. I too love anything Eiffel Tower related, especially with glitter! xo ~Lili

  5. I have an Eiffel Tower sitting in the kitchen.
    Next to a poster that we bought in Paris :)
    I have a tiny Eiffel Tower sitting on my desk, it holds one photograph ..
    I just need to live in an apartment that has the view of The Eiffel Tower .. then my life will be complete lol... for a while anyway.

  6. your items are so very
    *pretty*definitely with
    a french enchanting touch
    love them:)

  7. I think they are all too cute, but my favorite has to be the stamps!


  8. So pretty! I have such a weakness for stuff like that...especially notebooks!

  9. Hi Leeann,

    Love all your French merchandise, I have the rubber stamp set, which is fabulous.

    Have a happy weekend


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{fabulous shop in St Emilion, photo taken by moi}
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