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Addicted to tassels



Photo: Declercq Passementiers


I adore tassels, they are something that I cannot resist buying.


When I was living in Dubai I found a fabulous shop that had lots of really different ones and have bought a few since I have been living in France.


I recently discovered the most fabulous website Declercq Passementiers who also have a shop in Paris.
Here are some photos of tassels from their website.......


I love purple.....




This one is cute........



and this one is oh so fabulously french!



I think that I maybe in tassel heaven.

L x

Comments

  1. Well, you KNOW I have tassel issues - you saw them !! So I think you're just normal and now I'm going to get a slice of your Heaven for myself.

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  2. Hello L! I featured you on my blog today! I used one of your pictures to entice people to come check you out, hope you don't mind!
    Theresa

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  3. Love your blog!! Found you through Theresa @ Time-worn interiors, she is such an awesome lady! She featured me a month or so back. I gotta go read more of your blog, Blessings, Janna

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  4. I can just image these tassels hanging from an old french cabinet...Beautiful

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  5. Beautiful! Tassels are a wonderful thing and I have a few holding back the drapes in my living room!

    When I was in Las Vegas a few weeks ago, I found some GORGEOUS tassels in one of the Bellagio gift shops...I just HAD to have them. Until, I saw they were $80/ea. And since they were smaller than my palm, I decided to pass. But what a fun thing to collect!

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  6. Theresa,

    Many thanks for featuring me on your blog.

    Leeann

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  7. My college roomie has become a severe minimalist. Tassels represent her idea of "what were they thinking." I, lover of painted furniture and ornament, tell her my decorating style is "if it stands still, paint it. If it moves put a tassel on it. I even bought a book about making them and may take it up in my dotage.

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  8. Maria who is the Rental Agent at Sahara Palms Apts. Protect Rapist Daniell Grant, for some unknow reason.Thier relationship is unknow at this time. She was over heard laughing at how The Victim was tormented and RAPED she thought it was funny how Grant talked about victim.Ms Grant who resides at the apts. Danielle Grant 23, of Las Vegas is a RAPIST, she and another man used a date rape drug on Victim at Sahara Palms Apartments 2900 El Camino ave. apt 170, Danielle L Grant sodomized the victim with a plunger. She is lite skinned 4'6 to 4'7 and she drives a Black Ford Focus, She works as an dental assistant during day. STOP her please. Victim is too ashamed to tell Police. Memory just now coming back. Danielle L Grant MUST BE STOPED. She is a drug addict and dealer ( Lortab and Meth,weed ) sometimes works as a Vegas Escort/Prostitute when she needs money. If you have information on her criminal activities Please contact the Las Vegas Police Dept.

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