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Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Jane is in Paris! Wish we were There!

Our CCCOE teammate Jane, of LoveJaneJewelry is in Paris! We can't be there, but here's a view of our Paris, 
on Rue de Etsy.

Sacre Coeur Carousel, Montmarte
An Original Signed Photograph by SonjaCaldwell
One of the many evocative photographs of Paris in her shop!

Need some change for the carousel? Here's the perfect coin purse for those Euros.
Paris Market Coin Purse by ArtToWearDiva.

Fleur-de-lis, the stylized symbol of the lily is used in French heraldry and found in historical buildings and coats of arms. Here is a pendant from BeadedTreasurebySue.

Roaming through Paris, a daily must is a stop for macarons!
A macaron necklace from Roscata, looks almost good enough to eat.

Our last night, one more look at the Tour Eiffel. Pick up a souvenir bangle, this one is from DesignsbyTami

Want to share the Paris love, send your friends some Edith Piaf in these CD sleeves, from Shasta Blue

Home, but still wishing for more Paris! These French Victorian Shooting Stars might make your wish come true. There could be an April in Paris in you future!
 Vintage 1800 French Victorian Shooting Star button earrings are from AlliesAdornments.

We are at the end of our fairy tale visit to Paris! Au revoir! I hope you had fun! Who would have known our own Paris right here at CCCOE!


  1. Yep, I too wish I was there.

  2. What great inspiration! Fun post!

  3. I'm in Paris right now, too! Thank you so much for the blog feature. :)

  4. Great post and perfect finds!! Jane must be having the time of her life!!

  5. Ooh la la! Thanks for the fun collection!

  6. Terrific story & fab selections! Merci!

  7. Perfect French tour. Love all the wonderful creations. Wish I was with Jane on her amazing trip!

  8. Bonjour! I already miss Paris and what a fun blog post, thanks :-)

  9. Wonderful article. Paris is a beautiful city!


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