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June


Earlier in the month I participated in the Every Woman's Arts and Crafts Festival that took place at the St. Augustine Beach Pavilion. I meet a lot of wonderful people and had a great time. 


Yesterday the shop was updated with new clutches, wristlets and bags.


It's been a busy month so far filled with lots of different projects and events. I think it's time to take a little break this week and just enjoy the sun and surf. Wishing you all a great week ahead!


Comments

You look great at your stand! Wish I had been there...enjoy the surf and sun, Elisa!!
Annuk said…
Enjoy the sea and sun, Elisa!!! :)
I'm sure you had a great time at the Arts and Crafts Festival, and those new purses look gorgeous!!!
Have a wonderful week!
Love from Rhodes, Greece :)
TLN said…
Great looking market. :)
IKABAGS said…
Elisa, I'm sure you had a great time at the Arts and Crafts Festival too

Have a wonderful summer

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