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Frenchie Finds January 2023

Bonjour tout le monde! Bonne année à tous! Happy new year francophile friends! Congratulate yourselves, you made it through the holidays. And that is saying a lot as this one was rough! Once a century storm, airport meltdowns, and more! Let’s turn that page, d’accord? Now what?

Well. People have January birthdays (moi par example!), January anniversaries, V-day is coming on the horizon. Maybe you got some holiday cash or gift cards. Bottomline is, there are still Francophiles out there that will need a gift this month. That is what Frenchie Finds is all about.

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Whether you have a sister, mother, daughter, cousin, or amie who loves all things French or related to France, I’ve got a little something, something for you!

Notecards for New Year Wishes

The French don’t really send out Christmas cards, but they do send out cards wishing their family and friends a happy new year. So why not help your Frenchie out by supplying him/her with some beautiful notecards to do so? Or get them for yourself. Or buy them for your Francophile to use throughout the year.

New Year Girl

Love this New Year’s card from Rifle Paper Co. I think she looks very French!

Custom Bonjour

Add a name and choose your favorite color on these pretty Bonjour note cards.

Oh la la Card

This oh la la card can be used for many occasions. I love the illustration!

Paris Inspired Cards

This set of Parisian-inspired cards reminds me of Sex and the City!

Planners, Calendars & Notebooks

I know, I know. Totally cliché. Planners in January! But you know what? Planners are a billion-dollar business for a reason! For me, the design of my planner is almost as important as what I put inside. If your Frenchie family or friend is like me, she or he will appreciate these planners!

C’est La View

Plan 2023 with some attitude! This C’est la f*#%in’ Vie planner will get you going!

Paris 2023 Planner

You can personalize this planner with a gorgeous watercolor illustration with any name.

French Country Diary

If French Country is more your scene, grab the 2023 version of this annual engagement calendar.

Le Bon Marché

Actually from a wonderful Portuguese bath product line, Claus Porto. But Paris inspires everyone!

Books!

There is never, ever a shortage of books that are published every month about Paris or France. In addition, Paris is often the backdrop to many great fiction reads.

Half-Blown Rose

The story of a woman remaking her life after her husband’s betrayal leads to a year of travel, art, and passion in Paris.

The Ruins

A feminist coming-of-age thriller taking place against the sun-soaked backdrop of the alluring French Riviera.

Small Acts of Defiance

The acts a young woman performs against the growing anti-Jewish measures in Nazi-occupied Paris.

Occult Paris

A guide covering the dark side of Paris including spiritualism, alchemy, magic, spectral visions, and strange rituals.

FEATURED BOOK

From a Paris Balcony

In this historical fiction from Ella Carey you’ll find a gripping story that follows a heartbroken art curator in the present day and her great-great-aunt in the glittering Belle Époque. Following Sarah in the present day and Louisa in the 1890s, this moving novel spans more than a century to tell the stories of two remarkable women.

Provence
Glory

Explore Provence in all its glory with over 200 photos in a book that celebrates this beautiful region.

An American in Provence

Part art book, travelogue, memoir, and cookbook this beautiful collection is for those who love Provence.

Life in a French Country House

Cordelia de Castellane presents her inspirations and secrets to at-home entertaining and decor.

Dior: The Legendary 30, Avenue Montaigne

Celebrating the House’s 75th anniversary with the public and unseen life of the iconic headquarters.

For the Home

That’s it for this month’s Frenchie Finds! I hope that you find something for a friend, family or even yourself!

Vichy Kitchen Towel

Nothing screams “french” like Vichy print! Offer your loved one a few of these!

Playing Cards

These bonne chance (good luck) playing cards are fun for game night!

Diptyque Candle

This rose candle smells like a freshly picked bouquet, a perfect gift!

Staub Cocotte

Cast iron in a smaller size for when you don’t need to feed an army.

How about you? Have something that caught your eye that you think is perfect for a Francophile? Do share!

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15 Comments

  1. These sound like lovely things to check out, even for those not into all things Parisian. I love those books and planners!

  2. My daughter loves collecting post cards with her long distance boyfriend. The cards are so cute, and they can share a bit of their adventures while away.