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Linda koontz

Wednesday March 30, 2016

I would love the Jeanne D Living tablecloth tulle off white, it's gorgeous and if I didn't use it in the dining room,I would probably drap it on top of the bed in the bedroom.

Heather

Wednesday March 30, 2016

I would choose the rose quilt. The rose colours would go perfectly with my French living room furniture so I would use it as a throw in my living room.

Kristi Schumacher

Wednesday March 30, 2016

Love, love, love this website. My appreciation of all things French comes from my sister who loved her time in Paris.Would add the door knocker to my collection in my library.

Suzanne Bernadette

Wednesday March 30, 2016

The lovely, petite French holy water font! It would be located in a place of honor in my home; a lovely bedroom and then the living room!

beverly curtis

Wednesday March 30, 2016

This is Lovely! It would be my first piece of French decor, it would look wonderful anywhere in the house ,but i want my friends to see it in the livingroom when they come . Thankyou for this opportunity!

Gigi

Wednesday March 30, 2016

I would love the French culinary lavender in my kitchen to hang in my kitchen window. I have used my vintage tartlet tins over and over but haven't tried lavender yet! Love your website! 🌷

Ann

Wednesday March 30, 2016

I would love to display the vintage French match box in my kitchen next to my stove and baking center. I simply adore both vintage enamelware and match boxes, what a great find!

Patty Bretheim

Wednesday March 30, 2016

I would love to get the tulle angel wings. I am in the process of redoing our master bedroom. And they would be perfect in there. Thanks for the chance.

CW

Wednesday March 30, 2016

I would choose the antique St. Theresa statue. I have this little French nook area that surrounds my stairway, shaped like the letter U, with a shelf all the way around. I would place Her there, so that She could see and be seen all the comings and goings in my home. She, who has a mother's heart, would be a warm welcome to my little French cottage. This would be her home.

Kimberly Hentzen

Wednesday March 30, 2016

Hello! I would love to purchase the Large Tulle Angel Wings and place them in the master bedroom. They would add a lovely feminine touch to the smoky lilac room!

Pam McCuan

Wednesday March 30, 2016

Hi! The giveaway is very generous. My favorite item is the French Butter Mold. I can just see this butter mold in an old French cottage kitchen back in the 1920's. Through the years and use, it has developed such a beautiful patina. It will be a treasure for anyone. It would fit perfect in my French kitchen and would be the star of the room.

LaShelle Klein

Wednesday March 30, 2016

Love everything you have. The antique lace baby bonnet would be perfect in my living room. Keep up the great work.

Sharon

Wednesday March 30, 2016

I've fallen in love with the Shabby Pink Angel Wings. They're so pretty and so delicate. I have the perfect spot for it in my bedroom.

JoAnne

Wednesday March 30, 2016

I love them all, but,I truly love the French gray painted Armoire adorned with JDL's fabulous wallpaper, which is embossed on the front doors....I would place this darling piece in my bathroom~ Thank you for sharing your beautiful pieces:)

Candice Maralusha

Wednesday March 30, 2016

Hello, I enjoy your emails, thank you..... :-) I would choose the 1920's hand carved French butter mold! It's fabulous ....... Will go perfect in my kitchen with my other collectibles! ~ Candice.

jane greiner

Wednesday March 30, 2016

I love the candleabra

Sandra Ciancio

Sunday February 14, 2016

I think her name should be Charmand... after your store.

Patricia L. Beddoe

Sunday February 14, 2016

Would love to win!

Esmeralda

Monday February 1, 2016

Hello Mon ami, It'll be fun to see her name Santa Esmeralda. Even though it's my name. My great grand mother named me when I was born in her home.

Lisa Marie LaMie

Monday February 1, 2016

My special name for Santos cage doll is "Angelique Belva Ruth". Belva is my great grandmother, and very special to me. She died in 1932, while reading her Bible, John 16:13-16. Ruth was a Saintly Moalbitish woman, the ancestress of King David and our Lord Jesus Christ. Thank you for allowing me to sharing this with you. Lisa

April

Monday February 1, 2016

"Isabella", I thought, conjures up a beautiful image of old world Portugal, Spain, Mexico, and Central and South America. The name is a Saint's name (St. Isabella) associated with miracles.

Caron Sherer

Sunday January 31, 2016

I could see her named Francesca. It's a special name to me, since it belonged to my great grandmother. She always loved everyone.

pam simmermeyerr

Sunday January 31, 2016

I would love to see her named Esther.

Kathy

Sunday January 31, 2016

How about Marie Therese. One of my favorites 😊

Roxanne Pafundi

Sunday January 31, 2016

A favorite name to me Victoria Domenicia! When I look at her...it reminds me of these family names, which I have used on my own children...she has that innocent child look...but then too, an all knowing look of an olde soul. Yes, Victoria Domenicia!

Christy

Sunday January 31, 2016

I like the name "Araceli," which means "alter of the sky."

Rebecca Watford

Sunday January 31, 2016

I think your Santo's name should be "Dolores".

Suzanne

Sunday January 31, 2016

Bonjour!!! To me her perfect names is: Angelique Noir She's beautiful!

Linda koontz

Saturday January 30, 2016

She is lovely! Isidora

Terri Hart

Saturday January 30, 2016

I think the doll should be named Elizabeth after the Blessed Mother's cousin.