29 January 2012

given...

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a beautiful pressie from our friends in Tokyo! They opened a new vintage shop called 'given', and they sent me this.  I am loving their packaging and shop cards too. Can't wait to get some ink for these printing rollers!

In other news...I have cut my hair! photographic evidence to follow. And Nao returned from his two weeks away in Japan on Friday so things have got back to normality. On Tuesday I hope to show you something very special {fingers crossed all goes to plan}.
By the way, as you can see Ive been messin' with my blog...still not sure about it but, anyway, we'll see!

11 comments:

  1. Gorgeous packaging from the old vintage box to their shop packaging, and that tiny little envelope! Lucky you ;)

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  2. dessertguts29.1.12

    Completely enamoured with your blog! Can't wait to see what this year brings from junkaholique and more adventures of my favourite campers :)

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  3. You're so lucky! And yes those are really beautiful. I can't wait to see the photos of the printing roller results!

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  4. this is amazing. such creative rollers


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  5. The design of g{i}ven is quite lovely, and the box of printing rollers is wonderful. It's funny that everyone, myself included, has been tinkering with layout, style and features on their blog/website. Must be the time of year. I too have had the chop, and I'm not used to it yet. I hope yours was more successful than mine. I had to have it cut twice, as the hairdresser made a mess of it the first time, so it's a lot shorter than I wanted. Fortunately it grows quickly!

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  6. Liking the new blog layout! And those rollers are very sweet.

    Looking forward to the 'new hair reveal'... :)

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  7. cute - i'd love something like that x

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  8. I can't wait to see the results you get from the printing rollers. They look amazing!

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  9. Beautiful rollers and stunning packaging.

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  10. those rollers are gorgeous! and what a lovely name for a shop (the packing is v pretty too).

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