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Flower Stationery

Posted on the 20 June 2011 by Europeanchic1
Flower stationeryPurse
This summer I dig the happy flower power stationery from Cath Kidston, a British designer. I want the blue and white polka dot laptop case (they tend to be black which is boooring in an office).
Flower stationeryNotebook
Flower stationery 3 draw cabinetFlower stationerySpectacle holder
Flower stationeryLetter writing kit
Flower stationery'My' laptop case
Flower stationeryMiniature notbooks
Flower stationeryPencil case for kids
Flower stationery Pencil case and matching pen
Flower stationeryConcertina
All images: Cath Kidston

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