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Citroen 2CV Charleston- A little history

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Citroen 2CV Charleston- A little history

The Charleston, 1981 The Citroen 2CV (the '2CV' standing for deux chevaux, or 2 horses) Charleston was the first of the 2CVs to be produced in a duo colour scheme. Initially, it was only available in red and black as a limited edition, of which there were only 400. Other colours followed, including yellow and black and two-tone grey. In February 1989, the production of all 2CVs ceased, with 5,114,940 vehicles produced!  There are currently only 3309 Citroen 2CV cars left on the road in the UK. You can chose the colour scheme on our 2CV Charleston colouring page!

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Macarons, macaroons...

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Macarons, macaroons...

Macarons or macaroons...

 The word macaroon must be one of the most common misused words. A macaroon is a chewy coconutty biscuit which was popular for many years in England.

The macaron, by comparison, is a dainty and light almond confection, perfected by French chefs. 

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Papillon- French for butterfly

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Papillon- French for butterfly

Papillon Hand-drawn Original Our designer has added the Papillon dog to our collection of zentangle pet portraits. These cute little dogs derive their name from the French for butterfly, due to their quaint ears!

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New for October- Hand-drawn Pug Zentangle Greetings Card

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New for October- Hand-drawn Pug Zentangle Greetings Card

New & Exclusive! Beautiful hand-drawn pug, designed and drawn in house by our designer. The greetings cards make unique gifts- you can colour it yourself, or leave it plain, or let your recipient colour it themselves! Ideal for those who enjoy colouring or who love animals, particularly the adorable pug!

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Pretty Paper Blooms

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Pretty Paper Blooms

This website has patterns and instructions to make your own realistic paper flowers.  The carnation in white paper could be a way of utilising the scrap paper you have around... Why not use our Kaskad sheets to create your own flowers?  Happy creating!

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