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via-enchanted:

xo
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the-disney-words:

Love Disney? This blog is just for you!
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velvetfy:

f-oxify:

vs-angelwings:

Erin Wasson

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aqualized:

(via TumbleOn)
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tigrau:

teasings:

perfect

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To suspend flowers in the cubes, work in layers: Fill an ice tray (one that makes large cubes so the ice will last longer) a quarter of the way with water, add flowers facing down, and freeze. Add more water to fill halfway, and freeze. Fill to the top, and freeze again. 
For ice that’s especially clear, use distilled water that has been boiled and then cooled. This limits impurities and air bubbles, which make ice cloudy. 
Use only edible flowers, such as orchids, nasturtiums, pansies, and snapdragons, that have been grown to be eaten (to ensure they haven’t been treated with chemicals). (via)
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reginasworld:

“War Through a Woman’s Eyes”
American Photo has published a great article that provides a look at the world and war, through the eyes of female conflict photographers. The piece features some incredible images from photojournalists Heidi Levine, Andrea Bruce, and Kate Brooks.
reginasworld:

“War Through a Woman’s Eyes”
American Photo has published a great article that provides a look at the world and war, through the eyes of female conflict photographers. The piece features some incredible images from photojournalists Heidi Levine, Andrea Bruce, and Kate Brooks.
reginasworld:

“War Through a Woman’s Eyes”
American Photo has published a great article that provides a look at the world and war, through the eyes of female conflict photographers. The piece features some incredible images from photojournalists Heidi Levine, Andrea Bruce, and Kate Brooks.
reginasworld:

“War Through a Woman’s Eyes”
American Photo has published a great article that provides a look at the world and war, through the eyes of female conflict photographers. The piece features some incredible images from photojournalists Heidi Levine, Andrea Bruce, and Kate Brooks.
reginasworld:

“War Through a Woman’s Eyes”
American Photo has published a great article that provides a look at the world and war, through the eyes of female conflict photographers. The piece features some incredible images from photojournalists Heidi Levine, Andrea Bruce, and Kate Brooks.
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lily-cats:

play date in my studio today (by blossomnbird)
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