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I wasn't born to be a rider, I was born to be writer.

I recently collaborated with csnstores.com, and when I received an e-mail from Cameron, I basically did a happy dance because I was getting another opportunity to work with a company renowned for its infinite shopping possibilities and unprecedented customer satisfaction. The holidays are approaching, and with 200+ online retailers and over 1 million products available, at CSN you can virtually find everything from designer accessories to Rachel Ray cookware, or even a chic leather briefcase to accent your new Missoni home dรฉcor!
As a writer, I'm willing to wield my pen and paper at any opportunity possible. Whether it's completely illegible scribbles, to-do lists, company reviews, articles, e-mails, designer profiles, love letters, grocery lists, or a quick rush to the paper scraps scattered throughout my house to jot down a few random thoughts before they escape me indefinitely... I was born to be a writer. Couple this simple fact with my love of buying things, wearing things, and styling things, and the two become this beautiful utopia where I can actually have my cake and eat it too. Metaphorically speaking.
So if you're interested in collaborating with a veritable cornucopia of fabulous online retailers or just need a little retail therapy, visit csnstores.com, where they have it all at your fingertips.

Don't forget to check back to see which products I choose, and be sure to read additional collaborations with CSN here, here, and here.

Comments

Doni Brown said…
What a great opportunity! So happy for you!

http://thefreakoffashion.blogspot.com
Anonymous said…
ooh i want o collab with them now too! love your blog and love this post. going to check out the one on your shoppe!

kisses
Olive Cooper said…
Bella Bella Bella, you inspire me. Kinda obsessed with your illustrations. Not kinda. You know REALLY OBSESSED. Maybe you'd draw me someday. hint. wink.

peace x
Olive Cooper
Olive Cooper said…
Bella Bella Bella, you inspire me. Kinda obsessed with your illustrations. Not kinda. You know REALLY OBSESSED. Maybe you'd draw me someday. hint. wink.

peace x
Olive Cooper
Lauren said…
I wish my house was decoratied like this. You have a talent for pretty much everything!

Love it girl.

Congrats!
Alex said…
Great writing, and the collage turned out really good! So impressed with you, baby!
Anonymous said…
Totally agree with Alex. Impressive all around.

Great writing great collage!
Great is really more like AMAZING

XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXXOXO
coy colleen said…
that's so great! this is an awesome opportunity for you to show off your writing skills :) and the products look amazing I have a feeling I could go broke..
diane said…
Wow Bella, that's really cool.
Nice Thanks for sharing......

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