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Mood Shifting Neon.


Ok, after that last (somewhat cathartic) post, I'm in the mood for some acid sharp mood shifting neon. I can't get enough of it these days.






Comments

Kylie Hunt said…
Yum!!! Yes, I agree :) So fresh and vibrant and just plain FUN :) Great selection. Kx
Green Morning said…
oh i love that crochet rug!!! i want to make one like that. the color is great too :)
Murgatroyd said…
Hi Luna - got your message via Murgatroydhoots, thank you.
feel free to message me kathleen@murgatroydandbean.co.uk x

(p.s. are you a Facebooker - or is that a dirty word??)
Sue T said…
That reminds me of all the fluro we wore in high school.
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