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Se capitate dalle mie parti... / If you happen to be around here...

... venite a trovarci al nostro primo mercatino di artigianato! : )

... come visit us at our first craft market! : )

Qui trovate maggiori informazioni, se siete vicini vi consiglio di farci un salto, le scorse edizioni sono state veramente belle, un ottimo abbinamento di verde e artigianato in un posto veramente stupendo. E quest'anno ci saremo anche io e il mio fidanzato con le nostre creazioni (molte inedite, che prima o poi riuscirò a trovare il tempo di pubblicare), perciò che dire?, un motivo in più per fare una gita domenicale! ; )

Sorry for my readers who are afar, unfortunately there isn't an English version of the infos, but I suppose you wouldn't happen to be around here anyway... ; ) Wish me and my boyfriend good luck, though, since it's our first time at a craft market! 
Wish you all a nice weekend!


  1. " Surpriendentes
    As Cores
    Que Damos
    As Nossas Dores " ( Eloah)
    Cada novo dia vem salpicado de
    esperança e novas possibilidades.
    E tudo é melhor quando o sol está brilhando
    e nos aquecendo em cada alvorecer.
    Não deixe que nada afete a alegria do seu coração.
    A felicidade está alcance do teu abraço.
    Então receba o meu.
    E acredite é com todo amor que existe
    na minha alma e meu coração.

  2. OOh hope all goes well - you have lots of interest, and have chance to chat to your buyers and other sellers...spreading the word about your gret crafts!
    Ali x

  3. Impossibile ...troppo lontano....Tante, tante belle cose.....

  4. Oh, how wonderful, Melatia!! Lots of luck, fingers crossed for good sales and sunny weather :-)


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