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As many of you know I have an online shop which sells anything that is french and fabulous. The plan is to open a showroom in September once we have completed the renovation of apartment No. 2.

Hence when I am not renovating or running Maison de Poitiers our Boutqiue Chambres D'hotes, I am scouring France for stock for the shop.

I have discovered on etsy some really gorgeous tags which would be perfect for gift wrapping, so I thought I would share some with you.......

Made by Bluebirdlane - it is gorgeous!





Made by Seasonal Delights


Made by Seasonal Delights





Another by Bluebirdlane



Made by ClaryceDesign


Let me know which one/s you like best.

Merci beaucoup

L x

Comments

  1. Those are truly fabulous! I love the pink and black with the Eiffel Tower (of course) and the one with the chandelier (I posted about a project with a chandelier image today) and the one with the crown. C'est magnifique!

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  2. Hello L
    Oh.. they are so petty. I will check them out. Thank you for sharing. I love to view some pictures of your shop.. wish I could visit you.. maybe someday(smile)

    Take care
    Julie

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  3. If this is an example of what you will be selling in your shop I cannot wait to shop there! I especially love the first 1.

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  4. I love #1 and #3 the best. I have just bought some of the tags from Blue Bird Lane and they are lovely.
    Ness xx

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  5. yes those are lovely, especially no 1!

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  6. Yes, the Bluebirdlane images are gorgeous! Thanks for the tip-off, I love etsy, but it's always better when you can go directly to a store on someone's recommendation. Have a wonderful weekend.
    Millie ^_^

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  7. I like them ALL... I cannot choose!
    BTW I just added you to my blogs i love to visit page!!!

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  8. Love the little crown, sweet

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