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Femme Fatale in Sepia
Femme Fatale in Sepia (US) by FirstNightDesign

Femme Fatale in Sepia
Femme Fatale in Sepia (UK) by FirstNightDesign


“I’ve never considered myself a femme fatale as I’ve never seduced anyone and ruined their lives. At least as far as I know.”
― Scarlett Johansson


Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

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The back of a vintage postcard from The Old Design Shop proved the perfect setting for this lady and her fan. Where she came from I’m not sure but I believe I picked her up at some village fair when I was in my teens.

Femme Fatale
ˌfam fəˈtɑːl/
An attractive and seductive woman, especially one who will ultimately cause distress to a man who becomes involved with her. Early 20th century: French, literally ‘disastrous woman’.

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Sarah

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