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  1. Alices Adventures in Wonderland - Carroll Lewis

    Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is a fantasy novel by English writer Lewis Carroll. What adds to the magnificence a peep show which depicts Alice falling into wonderland. It tells of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar creatures. The tale plays with logic, giving the story lasting popularity with adults as well as with children. It is considered to be one of the best examples of the literary nonsense genre. Its narrative course and structure, characters and imagery have been enormously influential in both popular culture and literature, especially in the fantasy genre.

  2. Swallow Wire Bird

    ABOUT: Minimalistic and available in four cheerful colours – Coral, White, Turquoise and Gold – bring a little bit of the outdoors flitting into the inside of your home until it gently rests on your table. A single swallow, except this one is so sweet and joyful, that it really does seem to make a summer.

    TWC RECOMMENDS: Of course you’re an animal lover – the best people in the world are. Let everyone know just how much by allowing this pretty little thing to flit indoors until it sits on your table. China toads in your garden?Piggy bank on your shelf?Cat that got the cream coasters? Puppy figurines? Add swallows to the mix!

  3. Chalkboard Sign

    Frequently Asked Question

    Q. Is this product fun, flirty and feminine?

    A. If it wasn't, you're in the wrong store!

    Q. Can I make this a hat?

    A. While we don't judge your sartorial predilections, we would recommend this more as as a home accessory and not a fashionable one.

  4. Jute & Beads Photo Frame

    Frequently asked questions about this product:

    Q. Do I really need more of these?

    A. There's no such thing as too much pink, too much sparkle, too many texts to friends or too many of these.

    Q. How was this made?

    A. This was fashioned using a keen eye for design and detail, sweat and blood and a generous sprinkle of pixie dust!

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