Little things | with love

December 30, 2013

Little Things-withlove (2)
a gorgeous Club Monaco statement necklace delivered from my dearest girlfriend from half way across the world
Little Things-withlove (5)
christmas gift wrapped with love in Kate Spade gift wrap for my love
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scrumptious gluten-free chocolate walnut cookies made with love by Tiffany

4 comments:

  1. Those little thins are the most surprising! Love the necklace ir looks so elegant!

    Victoria ♥
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