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And the winner is.......

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First of all, I would like to thank all of you for the lovely comments that you left.

Unfortunately there can only be one winner and the winner of the fabulously french cotton lingerie bag is comment No. 21 which was written by...




.....Caren.

Caren - can you please email me your address details so I can pop the prize in the mail to you.

I will be back tomorrow to share some French Christmas facts with you.

A demain,

L x

Comments

  1. Hi five to Caren. How lovely to win at this time of year. A beautiful early Christmas present. Thanks for great comment. It seems as if we all want the perfect shaped tree. I hope your 'buying of the Christmas tree' is free from any incidents!! XXXX

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  2. Félicitations! Great giveaway Miss Fab too ... hope things are smokin but no fire ;-) Bisous

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  3. Hi Leeann,

    Congratulations to Caren! It will be a lovely early Christmas present, for her.
    Many thanks for visiting me and you would be surprised of the new look Santa - they spent an awful lot of money on his makeover.
    I will have to find out what became of Hector!

    happy week
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  4. Hi Leeann! Looks like I missed a wonderful giveaway!! Congrats to Caren!

    I hope you are having a lovely week!

    :) T

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  5. Hi Leeann!

    I just love your blog, so I have an ward for you over at mine! Come check it out.

    Warmest Holiday Wishes!
    Gail

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  6. Hello Leeann - what a beautiful photograph that is ...and congratulations to the lucky winner Caren - thanks too for dropping by my blog - you are always so welcome especially as you were my first follower! xx

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  7. I love how every culture has their on twist to put on the holiday season. Thanks for sharing.

    How to make a website

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  8. Oh Leeann ~ I am so sorry it has taken me so long to reply...things have been crazy. I am so EXCITED!!!! I am surprised and honored. Thank you so very much. Merci.......

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