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Favorite Color Swap Reveal

Printcess & Living a Goddess Life

This years favorite color swap I was partnered with one of our wonderful hosts Beth. Beth has her own amazing blog at Printcess. Her unique style and entrepreneurship has really inspired me to become all that I can be. I had so much fun swapping with her and I cant wait til the next swap.

First item I simply adored was this wonderfully hand painted and embellished martini glass. Monogrammed to suit my fancy.

An awesome blue animal print bag of keychains and jewels. I love animal prints. 

This killer Starbucks cup which has enjoyed many iced coffees thus far. Love how she found the perfect combo of colors! Pink and blue bookmarks handmade by Beth.

This huge amount of awesome camo fabric. I was just thrilled to see this I already redid my purse with it and made myself a pillow. Must find more!

A very unique bow and arrow pen, Super cute note pad, which is perfect for me because the best saying on there is "Living The Minivan Dream" and I just bought a minivan! Exfoliating gloves, notebook, coupons, and an adorable spatula that gets every drop of product.

I love this little box filled with lip gloss, nail polish, a bath bomb, and pedicure cushions.

Chocolates were devoured in seconds, and that soap there made me and my kids giggle, it's called "Monkey Farts" and smells fantastic. A gorgeous blue bangle bracelet, and some post it tabs.

And Beth was even kind enough to include my small ones with this adorable sand toy set. Thank you Beth for all the goodies and I look forward to many more swaps!

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