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Whimsy and Romance

Lately I've been in a treasury-making mood so I was quite happy when I managed to get my hands on one yesterday. With Valentine's Day coming soon I decided to select items inspired by romance and added a touch of whimsy. I went through my favorites to find items that would fit into my theme and came up with an enchanted forest filled with whimsy and romance!

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Loddelina said…
Very pretty collection, I love the little horse! Thank you for the feature!
Anya said…
Amazing collection
I love the dolls :-)

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Esme said…
These are adorable.
EvaForeva said…
I used to love making treasuries! They are so much fun and a really cool way of expressing how you feel :-)
So pretty. I actually looked up a couple of those items. They're all so nice. Oh and congrats on the front-pager...just saw it 5 seconds ago!
Kristin said…
What a lovely treasury! I'm intrigued by the enchanted forest piece.

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