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Love these post it's...

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When I saw these fabulous French post it's I just had to share them with you....

It says.........I love you

Then you tick the appropriate box...

  • for your money
  • for your sexual talent
  • for your cooking
  • because you love me

Think that these meet the definition of fabulous and French, what do you think?

A tres bientot mes amies,

Leeann x


  1. Only the French!!!!!!Adorable! Maaryanne xo

  2. Ohh, I love it!
    I'll keep that idea in mind...maybe i make a dutch or englisch version!

    Nice valentine's litlle humor gift!
    I know already what my husband would say! haha


  3. I just awarded you the Stylish Blogger Award. Check my blog for details.

  4. je confirme très chouette post-it en français,bisses Kate

  5. So amusing and so very fabulously french!!
    I've been away most of Dec/Jan so I've just caught up on yr older posts - loved yr Jan 21st re the kiwi!!!!
    My little froggies will be here next week - beaucoup d'enthousiasme!!!

  6. I just discovered your lovely blog. I'm just new into blogging & have just finished off my own blog on fashion & interior design.
    I had a lot of fun putting it together maybe you would like to check it out if you have a spare minute.

  7. I love them !
    And to think, all I can find in Buenos Aires are the yellow post-its from the US ..

  8. Love those French post its! It's cute!

  9. love these... i wish we could buy them! xx

  10. love it for
    - being useful & wonderful
    - for making me smile
    - for showing yellow is not the only colour
    - because it sounds so much better in French

  11. So perfect.

    i love them....I would be posting notes all over the house...


  12. Hmmmmmm, would be VERY interesting to see what my MOTH would tick Leeann!
    Millie x

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  15. Just what I need to make my wife happier rather than building websites like my latest creation - French Property

  16. Very intereresting reading. thx



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