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  • Traditional confectionary such as coconut ice or delicate turkish delight or noughat wrapped in rice paper in a beautifully lined presentation box (suitable boxes are cheap from dollar shops etc) make lovely presents. if readers are a little more game, they might like to try their hand making bath salts or bath bombs for those who like these, or if lavendar is available, little lavendarbags for clothes draws or hanging space in the wardrobe.

    Worrying About Money

  • For now I suggest you do not smell the roses (or the lavendar in your case!).

    enflure - French Word-A-Day

  • Age and creaky joints aside, if cobwebs and their makers are as prevalent in the grape rows as I found in the lavendar rows, I'm afraid that would deter me more than aches and pains.

    liaison - French Word-A-Day

  • No scented lavendar fool's cap for this bad boy—he was a true poete maudit, no MFA poseur.

    Me and Lord Byron at Last Call

  • The new line plays with palettes of neutrals, navy and white, and spring tweeds, and mixes them with pops of lavendar, citrine, or even leopard (don't forget "Ann" is part of "animal," the lookbook reminds us).

    Melissa Berkelhammer: Revelry on the Rooftop: Chicsters Toast Ann Taylor's New Spring Collection at the Gramercy Park Hotel

  • Despite his tendency to wear lavendar capes and ride white horses, he's portrayed as an uber-masculine warrior.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • But in the new boulevard garden -- which is one of the few parts of our yard that's not completely shady and not already occupied -- I planted two butterfly bushes, Russian sage, and a group of lavendar.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • So I did a bit of landscaping with the bricks and two of the pots we have for herbs -- rosemary and lavendar and set them in an artful arrangement.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • Brown and aqua/turquoise are gorgeous together, as are brown and pale pink, cream and even a very pale lavendar or lilac.

    Clothing in the Garden

  • Is this our dotage smelling like lavendar and knocking on the door?

    Remember the women… « Dating Jesus

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