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New Items in the Shop


New items available in the shop.




Anni, pictured above, and I are wishing you all a wonderful week ahead.

Comments

Elisa, I love coming to your blog, for the new work, but also for the glimpses of Florida! Your balcony looks so inviting. Love the floral additions to the shop!
Yael said…
Hi Elisa - wow everything is very beautiful! I always like what you do!
Sweet photo of Anni on the porch! :-)
ariadne said…
That Ikat red tote is gorgeous!Ariadnefromgreece!
Thank you Ariadne! I had a look at your shop. Love the seaglass pendant with the lighthouse drawing. Beautiful work!
Thank you Dawn and Yael for stopping by my blog. Nice to see you!
Dawn- Since I purchased a bunch of plants for the balcony it is so much more inviting to sit out there. Don't know why I did not think of it earlier. Anni especially loves the long grass like leaves. :)



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