French General Labels and Stickers
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Add a personal touch to baked treats, packages, envelopes, canned goods, wine bottles, scrapbooks, and more with 200 multipurpose peel-and-stick labels and stickers on tear-away sticker sheets in a portfolio-style booklet. With sweet borders and pretty design flourishes, the crisp navy, romantic red, and traditional cranberry and aubergine of these labels evoke the classic beauty of vintage French textiles.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 136 x 172 x 8mm | 158.76g
  • CHRONICLE BOOKS
  • California, United States
  • English
  • 200 4c illustrated labels and stickers
  • 0811864049
  • 9780811864046
  • 3,323

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Kaari Meng is a world-renowned purveyor of French living. She runs a business selling vintage and new merchandise such as textiles, laundry products, home decor accessories, jewelry, stationery, notions, jewelry, and more that are sold online at www.frenchgeneral.com and in stores throughout the United States, Europe, and Japan. French General also offers services including custom upholstery, interior consulting, and period decorating. Kaari's home and shop have been featured in magazines such as Oprah, Martha Stewart Living, Mary Engelbreit's Home Companion, Country Living, and Romantic Homes. She has also designed jewelry for companies such as Anthropologie and sold her jewelry to specialty shops around the world. In 2005, Kaari was invited by Hallmark to be a keynote speaker on color and style trends. She lives with her husband and daughter in southern California. This is her first book with Chronicle.

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Customer reviews

I absolutely loved this when I received it in the post. Amazing designs and colours. Used the labels on wrapped presents, used them as a gift tag inside books which I had given as presents, used them for decoupage, used them as a label on jam bottles and chutneys I made, used them in scrapbooking. The ideas are endless.show more
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