Panda-monium

April 16, 2021

Taaluma fans have sent us a lot of GREAT photos of China over the years..

(@pangeanadventurer, Great Wall of China)

From taking a wok on the wild side, 

(@kannymorgan, Nanxi Jiang)

to exploring tso much wall in tso little time,

(@smacccccc, Great Wall of China)
 
to seeing what the panda-monium is all about. 

(@theriverjordvn, Shanghai)

China, you had us at Yellow,

(@vinfeba, Yellow Mountain)

and now we never want to say good-Bei(jing)!

(@alyx725, Beijing) 

Good thing traveler Tim picked up some sensei-tional Chinese fabric!

Here’s to finding life’s balance & to feeling good - because after all, it’s Friday.

-the Taaluma Team

 

P.S. Plus a few more fabric finds by Tim that might go with your Feng Shui.

 




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