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February 07, 2015 1 min read

I’ll be gone for the next week on the annual Indie Cruise! It is one of my favorite events of the entire year. I get the chance to connect with some incredible entrepreneurs AND visit incredible beaches. What’s not to love? My dear husband will be keeping all things Etta + Billie going while I’m away so feel free to get your Valentine’s Day orders in soon (I’m making him stamp bags with cute hearts…).


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