March 22, 2011

In Stitches: A Giveaway

Chez Sucre Chez
Chez Sucre Chez - link
Chez Sucre Chez

18 comments:

  1. i actually don't care about winning one, cause i might just have to buy them both. what awesome totes!!

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  2. I agree with Annie...too tempting!!!

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  3. these are soooo cute. I love both totes!!! my husband is a sailor, i love that anchor tote bag. so cool!

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  4. both so cute!!! one for the beach and the other for the farmers market :) love them!

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  5. I already like her Facebook page and oh so love all her stuff.

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  6. How much fun are these totes! Books for the beach and brats for the BBQ!

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  7. She is so witty!
    ps: love the old Donnie & Marrie shows ~hah!!

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  8. Love those totes!!! I am in!!!!!

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  9. Awe! cool and of course I love the Sna francisco cross stitch. It is where my heart will always be.
    Hugs B-I am so glad to be up and posting and visiting again. Sending a Hug from Rainy SF.

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  10. love love LOVE the nautical tote! hope your afternoon is going well

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  11. Ooo I love Kimberly's work so much!

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  12. Saw chez sucre chez stuff at the Brooklyn renegade last year and have been in love with it ever since!

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  13. big fan. huge fan. gigantic fan. couldn't love a crafter more!

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  14. B-
    I haven't been by in AGES, my tiny baby has turned into a 16 month old toddler and I'm just now finding the time to catch up on reading my favorite blogs again!
    I happen to love a good tote. The anchor would be perfect for when we go to the pool, and the piggy is a fantastic option for grocery shopping or the farmers market!

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  15. Darling, how had I not seen the new look - its gorge! Miss you xo

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