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The New Wristlet


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My Owl Barn said…
I stumbled across your blog and love all your products. This is lovely!
Oh wow! Love it! Can't wait to see the rest of them! (Isn't working with zippers fun?!)
How classy! And I love that button!
Sandrine said…
This is a great idea, it will give more price ranges I guess.
Thanks for your comment and kind words Elisa, have fun and a great weekend!
xx
BrisStyle said…
Love them, great idea!
Anya said…
Meow..meow..
Anni come to me
we can
maybe together
take a shower
LOL

Hugs Kareltje =^.^=
ANYA-LOL!

If anyone is wondering what Anya's comment above is about and loves cats, check out:
http://anya-kareltje.blogspot.com/2010/05/i-want-to-take-shower.html

Everyone thanks for all your comments!!
Loddelina said…
wow, I love your new designs, the small messenger and the zipper clutch - they make your shop even more special, now everybody can find the perfect peskycat design of their choice!

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