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soreyal:

Some series I’m not too sure what the name is… Futawari?! Ahaha.

It’s an older series that’s for sure since this Alpacasso has quite a different look from my other babies from newer series xD

Gahh… Organizing my Alpacasso collection always takes more than 3 hours… I’m seriously running out of room xD


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michilaine:

I am SO proud! Just finished an Innocent World inspired choker, it turned out beautiful! I put the bow with charm on a safety pin, so I can remove it as I please. I plan on making multiple bows in many colours to coord it with all my dresses! What do you think, do you like it? :)

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The Letter (1879). Auguste Toulmouche (French, Academicism, 1829-1890). Oil on canvas.
Gérald Schurr describes Toulmouche as “le peintre de boudoirs” and “le peintre des intérieurs proustiens,” although he admits that despite their conventional appearance his works display “réelles qualités plastiques” and “une élégance racée.” 

The Letter (1879). Auguste Toulmouche (French, Academicism, 1829-1890). Oil on canvas.

Gérald Schurr describes Toulmouche as “le peintre de boudoirs” and “le peintre des intérieurs proustiens,” although he admits that despite their conventional appearance his works display “réelles qualités plastiques” and “une élégance racée.” 

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lotvdesigns:

louvrianne:

fairytalemood:

Prinsesstårta (Princess Cake) at Conditori Tessina Bakery in Malmö, Sweden, photos via semiswede

Prinsesstårta is amazing.

Dare I make this for Easter?  It combines everything I love!