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Tuesday, 17 June 2008 by Irene Hoofs

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Bonjour Mon Coussin...I received a very nice email from Paul Moreau, informing me about the launch of their fabulous range graphic designed cushion covers...Paul and Claire Eglizeaud are designers from the Bordeaux in France...and they have created a great collection of covers that are inspired by old and found objects, vintage cards, food, travel and more...the backings are beautifully finished and carefully matched...and these unique objects are still handmade in France...these are some of the covers from the kids range, but there are also some great ones for grown-ups...you can order online!

..Bonjour Mon Coussin..
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Wow! I am thrilled to have stumbled on this post via http://lulucarter.typepad.com/lulu_carter/ because I've been hunting for these pillows for months. I saw them awhile ago and thought I bookmarked the site, but have searched in earnest and nothing has turned up in my links. Thank you!!

Awww, these are just beautiful & go perfect with the design I'm working on for our 2 year olds 'big girl' room. Especially this one, "Alphakids". Thanks for sharing this info! =)

lovely patterns and color combinations.

these are so lovely!

How imaginative, just beautiful!