September 23, 2009

Cuteable finds


Frazier & Wing mobiles bring a poetic and modern charm to adult and children’s environments alike. Get it from Forest and Fawn.


Stephanie Levy is having a ‘Countdown to 100′ event in her shop. When you buy something from her shop you will get a print of your choice free! Go and have a look now – it’s only until her shop reaches 100 sales.


This beautiful bracelet has been made by Excellent Creations and a portion of profits go to a congenital heart defects charity.


I love the retro feel to this Tea for Two print from Victoria Ying.


This necklace is perfect for this time of year and will liven up your outfits! Get it from Dream by Day.

2 Responses to “Cuteable finds”

  1. Hurray! Thanks so much for mentioning my Autumn necklace. This group of finds is awesome! I’m in total ♥ with the Tea for Two print :D

    By Octavia at September 23rd, 2009 at 12:15 pm

  2. Thanks so much for posting my sale news! All the best, Stephanie

    By Stephanie at September 23rd, 2009 at 1:13 pm

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