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I've ordered some body oil so will let you know when it arrives!
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C says I can have a large Janet Bell print. I’m torn between this one https://www.janetbell.co.uk/products/rocky-shore

And this one https://www.janetbell.co.uk/products/ch ... janet-bell

I think the former because the size would fit the space perfectly.

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I like both of those Pip, there are some lovely prints on that site.
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Oh, those are lovely. I like them both, but I'd be leaning towards the first one too.
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Oh hang on, there’s another in the mix now. Both same size.
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I really like the colour of the sea in that first one, but I still think it’d be the original favourite for me.
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Oh, I love the Church Bay one. Just to be difficult.

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I really love it, but I don’t want a square picture. I’m going to sleep on it.

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I went for the new contender in the end after a lot of deliberating. I was going to get it to celebrate good news, or commiserate bad, but it’s now a tide you over until you know the news.

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I think I have the new contender in one of my cards, I was looking at them today for something I don't have a specific card for and it is lovely, excellent choice.

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I am looking at the original favourite now. :ella:
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I've sent cheese and brownies separately this week, both of which have been appreciated.

The brownies are from a good friend of mine who is a fabulous baker.

I'll break the link as I don't want to be tracked!

https://www.heavenlycakesanddesserts.co.uk/product-page/brownie-traybake


And the cheese was from
https://www.northumberlandcheese.co.uk/may-bonanza-box

Both arrived on time and intact and the customer service aspect was great with both!
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Her prints are beautiful, Pip.

I sent some Gower Cottage Brownies recently which got rave reviews, thank you for the recommendation, Ella.

We’ve just bought the butterfly and bird prints from here to match the bees we already had. Now to get them in frames and on the wall.

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Oh yum, I might order some myself, actually.

I’d like to recommend Earl of East, based in Hackney. They make lovely soy wax scented candles. I have Onsen burning at the moment. I’ve just seen that they also do bath salts.

https://www.earlofeast.com/collections/ ... -fragrance

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Morganna wrote:
Fri May 15, 2020 11:06 pm
Can you recommend anything from there, Lily?
I ordered the sunrise body oil and it's just arrived. It's lovely, real delicate fragrance and I got a free serum included as well! I would certainly recommendn this company.
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Thanks, Lily. I'll have another look.

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Because of this thread I have ordered my parents a cornish cream tea as they have had to cancel their annual holiday to Cornwall

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That’s lovely of you Mischief.

Janet Bell is doing the card offer again, so I’ve ordered 10.

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Marth wrote:
Mon Mar 16, 2020 8:10 pm
UncoolJohnArt

A very good friend of mine since I was 15. Struggling with health issues, he finally got a break with his art and was selling and doing ok at Broadway Market on Saturdays. He will have nothing.

https://www.uncooljohnart.com/
I've just had a look at his work, its so good I bought one.

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That's great, Kay. Nice to see you btw :))
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