Mixed Bag... April 4, 2012 | April 04, 2012

{ zebra tee } from mulberry

iris pink { sunglasses } from karen walker

orly genger madelaine { necklace } in lavender from leif

naturopathic { skincare } from jacqueline evans { via the design files }

olive wood { drop tray } from fine little day

arizona wrap { dress } by tibi

glitter { apple card } by brown paper

chocolate fluffy { bunnies } from artisan du chocolat

XO
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posted under: Chocolate, Easter, Fashion, Home Décor, Jewellery, Mixed Bag, Stationery

Comments

  1. I love this dress!!
  2. Darling colour combinations! I really like those bunnies - cute and Easter perfect
  3. great picks
  4. I just cant get enough of these assortments of beautiful things!
    I love it
  5. I'm slightly obsessed with stationery and cards. Love the sparkly apple! :)
  6. Marissa | Apr 8, 2012
    Awesome! That olive wood tray is beautiful. Random question: how do you make you "mixed bag" product collages? Is is a downloadable program?
  7. Hi Marissa- I use Photoshop for all my blog images.
  8. I absolutely love that dress. So springy!
  9. Saw this necklace on that website a couple days, I absolutely love it! Also, great blog. Such cute things!

    Cheers, Elizabeth
  10. I love that dress! :)

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  11. Darling colour combinations! I really like those bunnies - cute and Easter perfect
  12. Awesome! That olive wood tray is beautiful. Random question: how do you make you "mixed bag" product collages? Is is a downloadable program?
  13. Nice to be here and see your post!
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