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Borderbats Fleur 2 Regular

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Added: 09.10.2011, 11:20

Font family: Borderbats Fleur 2

Filesize: 53.35 KB

Style: Regular

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Rating: (1 votes; 8)

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#1 - Madhu (24.10.2014, 02:26)

Hello Fleur - Wow, congratulations and if I had only read this yeesrtday we could have given you a fanfare as you came to the class today - that is wonderful - there you see - you are very talented and a wonderful crafter - off to tell Lou now - Bridgette xxxxx

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#2 - Catherine (26.10.2014, 08:54)

Love the new design (yay for beiggr pictures!) though I'm really gonna miss the old layout: it was the first I had ever seen which was stylish yet unpretentious, functional and at the same time oh so beautiful in its simplicity. Your style and personality has been - and still is - of great inspiration to me! Keep up the good work Ivania, here's to another 5+ years of Love Aesthetics! xo Ines

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#3 - Anna (26.10.2014, 11:20)

Hi Fleur.Thanks for visiting me and lievang your lovely comment. How clever you are making those baby and disney books from scratch. I love them, and have often wanted to make some myself but never have done yet. I love your shot of the boots, detail shots are so important, and people often forget. I sometimes get strange looks when I am taking random shots and close-ups, but when people see the finished product they understand it all adds to the feel you're trying to create. So I'll carry on doing strange things in the name of art. I want to try to set up some sort of fashion shoot with my son and daughter too, to make up a portfolio for potential clients. Don't know how I'll get on though, I need somewhere interesting to shoot 'on location' Hey listen to me getting all 'technical'. Hope to see you soon.hugs Debbie xx http://fsjmjxopn.com [url=http://ntzckfam.com]ntzckfam[/url] [link=http://gbczrakzec.com]gbczrakzec[/link]

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