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FROM THE ARCHIVE 10th February 2015

A Valentine image taken from a vintage postcard in my collection that early readers may know but is here shown on heart stickers, greeting cards and make-up bags.  Heart Stickers Greeting Cards iP…

Source: First Night Design | “Your lips know what to do, just like sea anemones.”

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

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A Valentine image taken from a vintage postcard in my collection that early readers may know but is here shown on heart stickers, greeting cards and make-up bags.

Kissing on the Chaise-Longue Valentine Cosmetic Bags
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“I’d always worried but kissing’s not so tricky. Your lips know what to do, just like sea anemones know what to do.”
― David MitchellBlack Swan Green


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Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

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