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Happy New Year!







Frankie Magazine's recent publication SPACES (a Christmas present of course).

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gretchenmist said…
thanks for the peak into spaces ~ must get a copy!
happy new year ~ hope you have a fun night :)
xx
Kylie said…
Happy New Year to you too, Mrs :) Those pages have me positively drooling! thanks for sharing them... must seek out that mag!
Thank you for all your wonderful posts this year - they've been so inspiring and interesting... Keep up the good work :) Kx
Minnado said…
Happy New Year to you too - I like those pictures too. Especially that red ruffle dress
Ruby-Robin said…
Hey Luna, happy new year sweetie! Here's to a great 2011. ox
karenw said…
happy 2011, have a healthy year...
big kisses for you from hanoi xxx

talk next week.

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