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Fabulously French Sale/Soldes

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Just wanted to remind you that the Fabulously French Sale is now on as we need to make some space for new items which are arriving daily.

Many items are on sale, including french antique grain sacks which have been marked down by 50%.

Wishing you all a fabulous weekend, hope that the sun shines where ever you are :-)

L x

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  1. I love the vintage framed grain sack that is on sale from 100 to 50 Euros. but am wondering the measurements. Please hold it for me until we can determine if it is shippable to the USA and how big it is! Thanks, Delores @ Vignette Design

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  2. Hi there possum! Any of those stork grain sacks left??
    Busy busy weekend... Take care you! And hope Mr FF looks after you after you get rushed off your feet in your sale!

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  3. Ange, sweet budgie friend -I have saved you a stork grain sack and Delores, I have sent you an email re the measurements of the parisian sack.

    Merci beaucoup et a tres bientot,

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  4. great post!

    love your blog! :)
    - Audrey Allure <3
    http://audreyallure.blogspot.com

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  5. Hi Lee Ann!
    Hope you had a good shop Holiday season. We are in sale mode too! Hope to see you next week!Maryannexo

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  6. Just found your site and love it!
    Bonne Année!

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  7. Lovely, that's one of my favourite words in the english AND french languages.

    I've already gone a bit sale crazy this weekend with some fabulous shoes (looking for endorsements for my slightly mad purchase over at my blog!!), but one can never turn away from a bargain!! So i'm off for a good look around - love you store : )

    jules

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  8. Leeann, only the French could make such classy "Sale" signs.

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  9. Good luck with your Sale Leeann.
    Had a quick look and you have some lovely wares.

    Happy week
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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