I like these, Anne! They’ll be perfect for my 2-y.o. daughter’s bedroom since she’s been to both cities!!
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Oh how charming! What an extraordinary amount of work that must have been…
Gorgeous! I adore them and want one, like yesterday. I’m also inspired to pull out my own pair of scissors…
I chanced upon to view your blog and found it very interesting. Great … Keep it up!
I love the details in these. Sooo beautiful.
Are you kidding me?!? Thats incredible!! I’ve GOT to get that London one! Thanks for the tip. Fabulous!
I do like it!!! and I wish to buy… waiting for Rome!
Wow… those are gorgeous! Is it acceptable to have the Paris one on my wall if I live here, or do I have to wait until I move away?
i ponder the say thing, meg. but i just bought paris themed prints from christopher bettig, blanaca gomez and antoine + manuel. i’m so want to buy this one too, but first i need to see if my new apt will be big enough to have enough wall space for it all!!
I love these. There is a Mexican folk artist who does paper cuts of Day of the Dead and I have one of her pieces. Keep meaning to blog about it.
Seriously amazing. The detail… Great post Anne!
I am so obsessed with the Paris print. I’ll be dropping hints from now til September so someone will get this for my birthday!