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Baby girl clothes - new aunt gift - baby girl outfit - my aunt is my stylist - gift for aunt - toddler girl clothes - cute baby tops

Before the days of the Lottery....The Pools, I remember my dad in the other room while we all had to be very quiet or else ha ha

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Coastal colour in Brighton is going to the next level with my 80 meter just bloom mural for Something street next month

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Just because you are a mum does not mean you cannot be fit. Finding time to train however is difficult. If you have to think about carving time to get to the gym, train, get back, shower and still fit in all the demands of being a mother then...

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The Most Awesome Aunt in the Whole World! | Baby One Piece

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Fun idea to frame your "designer" shopping bags - yeah, if your closet is big enough that you have a BLANK wall - this would really be cute! but my bags would be plastic! :)

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Scotland Ayrshire

Loudoun Hill - need to look for this arch thing next time at aunt Anne's, must be on the other side of the hill as I've never noticed it before.xx

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Sewing pattern to make The Poacher's Bag - PDF pattern INSTANT DOWNLOAD

DESCRIPTION: Please note: If you wish to make a few bags from Charlie’s Aunt sewing patterns or books to sell, please read the rules in the additional information section of our policies page. Inspired by British country life in the 1940s, the Poacher’s Bag has a gathered front pocket set into a pieced front. It features an unusual shaped flap and a template for an interior pocket that doubles as an alternative flap option. This style can be made with a self-fabric strap, or a purchased…

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Flower Seller. Characterful portraits of Londoners, believed to be by photographer Donald McLeish (1879-1950), selected from the three volumes of Wonderful London edited by St John Adcock and produced by The Fleetway House in the nineteen-twenties.

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