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Podcast #5 - Só coisas para mostrar

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Olá olá! Por esta altura já devem ter começado a pensar que tinha desistido dos podcasts, não? Pois, não! Na verdade este episódio que hoje partilho foi gravado, praticamente há um mês atrás, deve faltar ai uns dois ou três dias para isso. É para terem noção de como me tem sido difícil sentar, com tempo e calma em frente do computador para o editar (mesmo que minimamente). Neste, mostro muitas coisitas terminadas, algumas delas já estão disponíveis no blog, e como tal têm link para a publicação a acompanhar. E como já passou um mês desde a sua gravação, já ando cheia de vontade de gravar mais um para contar as últimas novidades. Espero conseguir fazê-lo com a maior brevidade possível. 

Então, como costumo fazer, aqui ficam os links para o que menciono no vídeo. Divirtam-se! Ah! E não, ninguém me paga por mencionar estas lojas/marcas/etc. ;)

Burda Style Portugal 
Burda Easy Espanha
Ottobre Design

The Sweet Mercerie

Spencer Slacks, Momma Quail Patterns
Walker Jeans, Momma Quail Patterns
Small Fry Skinny Jeans, Titchy Threads 
The Gabriella Winter Coat, Bella Sunshine Designs 
Holiday Cut out Dress & Top, Bella Sunshine Designs 

Passo a passos
Fato de Sereia
Fato do Olaf

Publicações mencionadas do meu próprio blog
saco de bebé
malas Barbie
meu Gabriella Winter Coat
spring showers jacket
meu segundo Holiday cut out dress 
PR&P túnica
Mori Top
Walker Jeans, Momma Quail Patterns
bikini do ano passado
meu primeiro artigo no Cose+ Reciclagem de Roupa

This is the fifth episode of my  podcast, sorry it is in portuguese. I am not even sharing the links here with you, well, not in english, because I am running out of time lately, but I guess you can understand some of the above. Have fun my friends!!! Oh, and just to be sure, I am not being payed in any ways to mention the above linked brands/shops/etc.


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