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Le nostre piccole / Our babies

Vi presento qualcuno dei lavori inediti cui accennavo nello scorso post... cosa ne dite? : )

I'd like to show you some of the never seen before items I was referring to in my last post... what do you think about them? : )

 

 
Trovate anche loro in quello che posso ormai definire il nostro shop, o se vi interessa ricevere informazioni in merito potete contattarmi via e-mail.

You can find them for sale in what I can now call our shop, or if you'd like to get some infos about them you can send me an e-mail.

Comments

  1. So beautiful,colors <3!!!
    Happy day,hugs.

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  2. How nice!! The candles are really beautiful, their colors as well as the shapes. I think they will sell well :-). Are they scented?

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  3. Πολύ όμορφα κεριά και τα χρώματα είναι υπέροχα!!!Φιλιά!!!

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  4. Sono una vera esplosione di colore!! Buona giornata!

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  5. Qualche tempo fa, parecchio, le candele sono state l'oggetto che più mi piaceva regalare e anche quello che più gradivo mi regalassero...Ora un pochino è passato ma ancora oltre a conservarne alcune particolari come le vedo mi affascinano e penso a chissà quale serata potrebbero creare atmosfera ....Coloratissime sono anche molto belle ....Un caro saluto

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  6. Candeline colorate?! Sono anche profumate ? Ottima idea regalo , un abbraccio
    Maddalena

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