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I love anything that...


{photo from here}

......has French writing on it. I especially love this range from dejeuner sur l'herbe.


....Bonne journée à tout le monde et bon soleil, Leeann x

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  1. Gorgeous and I agree. Love the colour combo too. G

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  2. Hi Leeann,

    This collection is gorgeous.
    I would love to sip my tea out of the bonjour cup in the morning.

    Happy week
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  3. They are lovely - particularly love anything with writing on it too.. and as you say, in French makes it even better! from, Semi Expat xx

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  4. It does make each day fabulously French!

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  5. I purchased some gorgeous antique french containers years ago and still enjoy looking at them in my cupboard!
    www.texskiss.blogspot.com

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  6. o i love that set especially the bonjour mug.
    i love french words too, on anything! i just love the french language. i've had to ban myself from buying clothes with french words on!
    ...
    I even hav a french word tattooed on me!!

    love ur site
    x




    www.bonjourbelletristesse.blogspot.com

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  7. This collection is gorgeous and I love the colours.

    http://aileent-homesweethome.blogspot.com

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  8. I am a little in love with it all too and I love your background :)

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  9. I want this set - the color and design are perfect. Tres, tres belle!

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  10. Just gorgeous!

    -Tess
    www.cheeriosandtuberose.blogspot.com

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  11. Amazing- I love your blog being the ultimate francophile myself with a french mother- can't get enough of it. I've just done a post on linen with some lovely images which I am sure you will appreciate.
    Em xx
    www.fadedwhitelinen.blogspot.com

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  12. Leeann this is such an amazing set I adore it! Fabulously French indeed!!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  13. hey! this is a nice blog and there are some interesting stuff on here

    connor
    kitchenAid mixer for sale

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