• Let's go shopping...

    I recently came across Zana's website filled with beautiful purses, pillows, tote bags and fabric.
    I am definitely considering the "I have always know it was you" pillow set or the "I love you to the moon & back".  The pillow case sets costs R390.  The purses are also really pretty.  They cost R75 and come in a variety of fabric prints.

    Let me know what you think (visit the website).

    Big Hugs,
    Charlene XXX

    16 comments:

    1. I love it all!!!!

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    2. OMW I want all those pillows!
      So cute!
      http://johced-ourjourneytoeverywhere.blogspot.com/
      xxx

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      1. It is very difficult to decide between them.

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    3. My house needs to have one of everything on that site!!

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    4. Another amazing decor online store...pretty soon I will need to go to online shopping rehab!

      xoxo Abby

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      1. Please let me know of other online decor stores. I love having a look to get ideas :)

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    5. The pillow sets are so cute! Going to show the boyfriend them later and throw in some hints, haha! x

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    6. Thanks for finding this :-) Love those cushions Going to check their site out now

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      1. So many amazing things, I am sure you'll find something beautiful :)

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    7. I love Zana. I have their ampersand cushion. It's one of my faves. I love all of their designs!

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      1. When I saw that cushion I knew you would love it.

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    8. I am SO obsessed with Zana at the moment! I went online to order the 'Good Morning Gorgeous' & 'Hello there Handsome' set for my bedroom, then ended up buying the 'I Love You To The Moon And Back' set for Noah's bedroom AND chevron cushions for our lounge. Damnit. Now I'm broke. Broke, but very, very happy :)

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