All the pieces have been cut out and are ready for assembly. Bonus is there were enough scrapes left that a matching 18" doll dress will also be coming! Whomever this completed outfit goes to will be one lucky little person. ❤
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Este maquillaje lo realice inspirado en @paovmakeup si van a su perfil pueden notar que use los mismos tonos de morado.
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Heute mal wieder ein bisschen speziell der Look. Finde es mal wieder nicht perfekt aber hatte keinen nerv es nochmal zu machen 😂 vllt mache ich das in ein paar Monaten nochmal um meinen Fortschritt zu sehen 😅
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Olha que penteado Lindo meninas 💕😱 marque as amigas para fazer esse pentiado e ficar lindíssima 👭 . . .
Quer mais dicas de penteado, dicas de make, dicas de como cuidar da sua pele etc.. segue ⤵😉 @manualdadiva .
Honoring the Aquarians and their beautiful purple stone Amethyst 💜
Amethyst has been a prized gem for centuries. It is the birthstone for Pisces and the month of February, and the gemstone for the 6th anniversary of marriage. The stone is included in royal collections all over the world, from ancient Egypt to the British crown jewels.
Amethyst is a macro crystalline variety of Quartz with the chemical formula SiO2 (Silicon Dioxide). Mostly occurring as purple, lilac or mauve in colour, the purest form is colorless.Mar 8, 2016
I was planning to have fajitas for dinner but I ran out of peppers last night and forgot! So I threw together this wrap and sweet potato chunks 🍠🌽 This Nando’s sauce is the closest to the real thing I’ve ever had. Tasty 😋
1SP for Nando’s sauce, 3SP for wrap!
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Power to the Purple! If we go back to our pre-historic existence, our ancestors probably never saw a purple fruit, flower, bird, fish - or any living thing - because purple is very rare in nature. As civilizations developed, so did clothing and colored dyes. The earliest purple dyes date back to about 1900 B.C. It took some 12,000 shellfish to extract 1.5 grams of the pure dye - barely enough for dying a single garment the size of the Roman toga. It’s no wonder then, that this color was used primarily for garments of the emperors or privileged individuals. Makes you feel a little different about wearing a purple vintage hat, yes? DM for details on these beauties! 💜