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Esprit Collection - Blyantnederdel / pencil skirts - black

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Shabby chic decorating ideas

I could sooooooooo sit in this in the summer with a cold drink & a fab book ;0)

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22 Weird And Wonderful Features You'll Wish You Had In Your Garden

This amazing 12ft paper mache Tree Troll was made by Kim Graham and a group of 25 volunteers using recycled paper products. — with Oblesh Rach, Lovely Jane and Gunalan KC.

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Namakemono no Mikke Sloth Plush Collection (Big)

**Buy the Complete Set now to receive a special, limited bonus: incredibly cute, high-quality Rainbow Alpacasso Pin! This pin is available only while supplies last and isn’t sold separately!** Sloths - not the most exciting of animals, but they are super cute, as you can see here in this series of adorable little sleepy creatures from cute critter masters Amuse. Meet Mikke - a brown male sloth ...

I love this little corner of my living room. Everything started with the rug in this picture and its red and gray muted pomegranate pattern. I dream of having floor-to-ceiling bookshelves someday, but for now my books live on this great little vintage metal console and in my mid-century credenza. The big painting is by an Indian artist named RM Palaniapan and the smaller ones are by Sunil Shree. Shree paints on old train tickets and his art is always about journeys and the process of a…

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I got the girl scout's badge for spending the most amount of money with daddy's debit card.

I don't think Husband would be too impressed if I started putting cushions in the garden too!