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Giveaway :: Fifi du Vie

Thursday, May 23, 2013

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 Occasionally a store comes along that seems to represent all of things you respond to the most in the world. One of the most exciting parts about my job here is that I am able to find these places and then present them to you with open palms. This is such an honor and such a source of joy for me and today is no different. Today I am introducing you to a company that creates and curates home goods and curiosities that speak to the very heart of what makes a house a home: style.

Fifi du Vie is a home and paper goods company helmed by artist and designer Izabella Dennis. Starting with screen printed posters, Fifi du Vie soon added greeting cards, tote bags, clocks and other home goods to satisfy the minimalist with a modern aesthetic. From the Simple Candle Holder to the Gold + Black earrings and back around to the Little Thank You Notes (seriously, how amazing are these?), there is something for everyone in this shop. Plus, keep your eyes posted for new additions in the future. Fifi du Vie is your one stop shop for years to come. Trust.

Fifi du Vie is giving away one “Oh Darling, Let’s Be Adventurers” Print in Black, 20×16, to one lucky winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Thursday, May 30th. Comments now closed…good luck!
Please visit Fifi du Vie and tell us: What is the greatest adventure you have ever been on?
Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, June 3rd, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 1
    Gina Montaleone says:

    The greatest adventure was the summer I studied abroad in Italy. I learned to read a map, speak another language, and be independent. I will never forget that time in my life!

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    Nikki says:

    Luke.  He is a force of nature and he frees me to follow my dreams too.  Going through life with him is an adventure and I never have dreamed all the things we’ve done–travel, flying helicopters, rock climbing, scuba diving, motorcycle trips down Baja, making babies, making art, building two homes, camping out on open range, road trips, trips into Mexico, spending time in Canada, buying and selling cars/tools/property, university, flight school, a move to a big city, a move to a country farm  17 yrs of marriage — and we’re barely 1/2 way through life.  I’m so glad to continue to be a part of this adventure, it has all the best elements of life: passion, excitement, romance!  

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    Jessica says:

    My whole life is an adventure! There’s something new and exciting every day if you keep your eyes open to it! If you aren’t living life like that then I think you are really missing out on so much great stuff! Life’s a trip…I’m here for the ride!

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    Michelle says:

    I went to India for a month and took my 67 year old aunt. It was awesome. We rode camels and elephants and sat on the floor of a hut while a native woman cooked us dinner.

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    Sydney says:

    The answer is simple: booking a one-way ticket to Ecuador, not knowing a route, time frame, or who I would become. But after five months, four countries, and one best friend, I slowly started to figure it out. 

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    Lauren Guilbeau says:

    My greatest adventure was studying abroad one summer during college. I went to England, Ireland, France, Germany, Spain, Austria, and Italy. It taught me a lot about making my own decisions and learning who and who not to trust for sure!

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    Brittany K says:

    definitely spending a semester in LA. i studied communications in school and this was the greatest “abroad” experience. we took classes, had an internship and had the most amazing “spring break” semester. 

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    Sparrow says:

    Giving birth to my first kid. I’ve never seen so much drama in my life! I was screaming like a banshee and I had to look around the room to figure out who was making those unearthly sounds. Oh, it was me! Pregnant women were waddling out of the hospital in droves. What a wild ride that was. I made a human! Heart and all!

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    Juliet Farmer says:

    IN 2006, my husband and I drove from California to New York, stopping in Chicago, Philly, Boston and D.C. along the way. We took the train home from NYC to Sacramento. It was such a great trip!

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    Courtney J says:

    My greatest adventure was visiting China when I was a sophomore in high school. It totally opened my mind and was a wonderful experience. I traveled with 4 classmates and 4 teachers (a trip organized through my high school)…I had so much fun and will always remember the experiences. We saw the Terra Cotta Warriors in Xian, climbed the Great Wall of China, visited the Forbidden City in Beijing, visited a rural farm in Shanghai, and had traditional peking duck!

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    Meg T says:

    Making babies and carrying for them is a pretty amazing adventure. Especially, when your side kick is awesome.

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    Meg T says:

    *caring

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    Tiffany says:

    When I was in fourth grade and my brother in second our parents told us that we were selling our big house and moving into an RV. We were to be homeschooled and instead of learning just from books our lessons would be in experiences. We spent almost two years traveling across the country in our little RV. THAT was an adventure, but it has put the bug in me and I am now an adventurer at heart learning from all of my experiences.

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    Jennifer says:

    Marriage! It’s an adventure every day!

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    Amanda J. says:

    MY biggest adventure was a solo TransAtlantic cruise that lasted 2 weeks.

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    Agus says:

    My greatest adventure was to move to Ireland for a year with my friends in an exchange program! Living in a different country (and different continent!) with a different family was absolutly awesome!

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    Madeline says:

    this question is hard! because there are the big adventures of traveling to a new country, exploring new things and then there are the everyday adventures of sitting by someone & getting to know their story and being forever changed. but for me, the greatest adventure was when I turned 25 and went to a college friend’s wedding in Toronto without a date. I ended up arriving at a weird time & had to explore the city by myself. before that time, I never did anything alone. and that trip taught me that i’m capable of doing things on my own.

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    Erin says:

    My greatest adventure has been my marriage. My husband and I met at camp when we were teenagers, and had a letter romance, basically being in love with each other from a distance for 10 years, and all through each other’s other relationships, ups and downs, we were good, close friends. Then I moved to LA, where he was already living, for grad school (in the same city at last!), and we were married within less than two years of the move, and within a year and a half of (finally) beginning dating. Despite not being in the same place for so many years, we have essentially grown up together, and are still doing so. Children will be our next big adventure!

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    Jessica says:

    Backpacking through Europe with my grandmother when I was 15. It was my first big adventure, three weeks away from my parents, with a backpack and rail pass. I got food poisoning in Paris, climbed the Jungfrau mountain in Switzerland (with my grandmother in Teva hiking sandals I might add), ate my weight in pasta in Italy, grew up more than I possibly imagined, learned to respect other cultures, and caught the travel bug… from which I’ve thankfully never recovered. She and I have since traveled through Canada, Mexico, and Greece.

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    Michelle Elizabeth says:

    I wish I had a grand adventure to post! While my travels may not have taken me too far from home, my heart yearns to travel.
    That aside, falling in love is the biggest adventure I have ever been on.

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    Susan F says:

    I guess I live a pretty boring life 🙁  but every day is a new adventure for me

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    Elizabeth says:

    I’ve lived in China (taught English there for a year), studied abroad in Europe, taught at a university in Scotland….etc….etc…. but none of those were my greatest adventure.  For me, the great adventure has been using my own body to giving birth to my daughter!  I had all of this strength and power!  I was able to do something beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.  All with my own body!