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This beautiful Valentine Wreath was completely handmade by our daughter who flew in for a long weekend recently.


The wreath is made from red Deco Mesh, wooden Valentine hearts, burlap and ribbons ~


Deco Mesh


Awesomeness sold by the roll!! Deco Mesh has taken the decorating and design worlds by storm! Designers and florists alike have used Deco Mesh as their Ace in the Hole for years to add life and color to their creations and events. Deco Mesh can be used to decorate anything from a fireplace mantel, doorway, table centerpiece, mailboxes, light poles, Christmas Trees or anything else that would benefit from a little sprucing up. Deco Mesh can also be used to blend together your inspiration and creativity into beautiful one-of-a-kind works of art in the form of wreaths, valentine harts, Christmas trees, crosses, deco-balls, mailbox toppers, and anything else that you can imagine. The only limit is your Creativity! Deco Mesh can be molded into beautiful garlands.

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I don't normally shoot Christmas type of images, but saw a beautifully decorated tree yesterday and just happened to have my macro lens on my camera with me, so couldn't resist a few shots.

Love to decorate the jars with bells, white ribbon and twine.

Gumpaste butterflies and curly cues.

scrapbooking craft materials

I love to reuse some jars, just a colored ribbon, any things I have on hand .. some wild flowers ... ready! A new pot of flowers to decorate a little corner ; )


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Winner on Second place on MARCH challenge - GLASS / 2013 on group ~✣ To Be Still ✣~ Thank you so much !

A pretty decorated fence with a garland of pink pinecones and tulle ribbons. Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas day!

Bells, ribbons and glitter to wrap, decorate and wear.

Chalk White.

Charles and Desmond.

Superfrock. Londres


Thank you so much Lady L :


Collection Couture Gatherers/WAR and Peace.


Superdoll continued to create one of a kind dolls using French Resin. This was the material used for the dolls comprising the next large, publicly displayed OOAK collection, known as Couture Gatherers or WAR. The theme of the collection was a world devastated by a nuclear holocaust. A band of survivors travels the planet searching out precious scraps of couture. The dolls' heads were bare save for a few wisps of hair at the nape and their foreheads were decorated with silver leaf. The fabrics are all couture quality, mostly beaded and embroidered laces enhanced with other materials and had strongly colored linings. Each doll has a long piece of silk ribbon in a particular color as part of her costume. A triangular design motif ran throughout the collection particularly in the shapes of the garments. All of the dolls wore identical clear Perspex shoes with green linings.


By : LADY L. U.S.A.


'Tis the season for holiday decorating and tree-trimming. Not to be left out, astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have photographed a festive-looking nearby planetary nebula called NGC 5189. The intricate structure of this bright gaseous nebula resembles a glass-blown holiday ornament with a glowing ribbon entwined.


Planetary nebulae represent the final brief stage in the life of a medium-sized star like our sun. While consuming the last of the fuel in its core, the dying star expels a large portion of its outer envelope. This material then becomes heated by the radiation from the stellar remnant and radiates, producing glowing clouds of gas that can show complex structures, as the ejection of mass from the star is uneven in both time and direction. To read more go to:


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We took about 4.5 hour to travel down this Lijiang River or Li River from Guiling to Yangshuo (83km), consider one of the most popular and picturesque scenic spots in China.


Along the banks are landscape decorated with startling hills, steep cliffs, fantastic caves and farming villages, and is lined with bamboo groves. In a Chinese poem it is written: "The river is a green silk ribbon, and the hills are jade hairpins"


Ribbon Of Highway

It was a sort of rainy, sunny, snowing day. The road was wet and the picture presented it's self.


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The weather today in fact is cold, windy, rainy and foggy a rare combination of events for our usually "Sunny Sicily". Weather forecasts actually show that in a couple of days should snow quite a bit....

Only two days ago instead was like in this capture! Go figure.....


Through my friend Iris (eyewrisz) words:


if this is feeling blue

i want to feel it too

color is astounding on petal ribbons all curled

a welcome sight in this complicated world


Iris, the day that you'll get bored and won't write these little gems for my shots anymore, I think I'll stop posting.....You are way too good with me!


I would love if you friends could pay a visit to my blogs:

Texture courtesy of pareeerica


... a happy birthday to my friend Jim (Boomer-23) who by now is probably standing staring at a lighthouse on the coast of Maine. Hope you bundled up, Jim =)

Another outtake from last year's 365- this is a little tree we have at work that we decorate for the changing holidays. Much nicer on black.

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It's the season


At Menards with spy camera!

They have many fake trees and decorations to choose from.

I love the ribbons they sell to put around the Christmas tree.


Twilight. Kytelers pub in Kilkenny, rural Ireland. There was time left on this midsummer evening for a pint. I rested my camera case on the bar stool, and thought silently: "which beer to try?"


A pint appeared on its own, like a sunrise. It was Bulmer's vintage cider, bought by a man next to me. Savoring the cider, I asked my host, who was tapping his left foot in time with the music, about the band. “Do you not know The Briars? Sufferin’ ducks!” he said, astonished, finishing his beer with one hand and loosening a button on his worn woolen jacket with the other. My fellow beer taster at the bar grinned from under his dark tweed cap, telling me the band was famous in Kilkenny for “craic.” That’s right, craic. After I bought him a bitter, he told me that craic was a patter of lighthearted jokes told in between songs.


When I wondered aloud if he meant crack, like crack a joke, he brightened and said “Yah . . .. Only in Kilkenny, we say craic.” He was right. The Briars’ jests put their audience in a good mood with their stage mischief.


On their break, this patter segued onto the street outside Kytelers. As three of the band members lit their smokes, they joked about their set, and asked me for my take on Kilkenny. Then they shared some tips about places to visit in Ireland, with a “must see” stop at Newgrange, north of Dublin.

Walking through Kilkenny, I’d seen Kytelers pub across the Noir River on the town’s main street. The pub’s placard read “hot food served all day,” and showed the familiar of a witch, a blue cat. Next to it, a small notice claimed that Dame Alice le Kyteler was the first owner of the property. Dame Kyteler was accused of witchcraft in 1324, after her first 3 husbands died. She then had the honor of becoming the first and only witch burned at the stake in Ireland. Reading about witch burning gave me a wicked thirst, and The Briars were back on. Time for more music.


As the band started their second set, the place filled up, and the words to unforgotten rhymes floated through the smoky air. Firelight thrown by an open stone hearth glimmered off of unplayable tubas, fiddles and trumpets nailed to the oak beams. These beams were held by walls made from liscannor stone, cleft from the Moher Cliffs in western Ireland. Our bartender moved gracefully like a clog dancer as he roamed the ship-sized bar serving cider, ale and lager. Perhaps the Irish poet, John Boland, had Kytelers in mind when he penned that “the old, dimly lit bars in which, over a pint, one ruminated on the meaning of a life, are still a dominant feature of rural Ireland.” The scents of hot food and beer were cozy . . . it seemed I was in the living room of an dear old friend.


With a rich visual history decorating the walls around me, I thought of that old expression: The traveller is to the tourist what a photograph is to a snapshot. Leaving tourist habits behind, I’d become a traveller, on country time. First I’d seen the pub, next it was off to the countryside.


The next morning, cathedral bells rang. I had tasted the tunes in an Irish pub. Now, time for music of a different style. Having seen Saint Canice’s Cathedral from my lodging, I joined its packed 9 a.m. Sunday service to experience an ancient pipe organ, and a men's choir.


After the peaceful church service, the door to Saint Canice’s round tower was open to visitors. In the doorway of this eighth-century, 108-foot tower, its keeper told me that the tower builders made the ascending stone steps in a clockwise spiral, so that from inside, a right-handed villager defending the riches stored there could easily strike downwards. A Viking invader, climbing up clockwise, would be forced to use his weaker left hand. Atop the round tower, gusts from a strong breeze buffeted the stones. Below, an impossibly green lawn skirted the cathedral. A man mowing this lawn threaded his way between the high crosses of the church cemetery. His labors wafted the fragrance of fresh-cut grass skyward. I climbed down the tower stairs. The cemetery was quiet, although the graves seemed to speak and burial markers whispered to me.With angled sunlight softening the edges of the lichen-covered grave markers, the orange growth seemed to glow against the grey stones, and I photographed the Kilkenny cemetery into the gloaming.


“No visitor to Kilkenny would skip seeing a hurling match!” my bar mate had insisted. A traditional Gaelic game, hurling is played with sticks and a hard ball. Like field hockey, the 3-foot long stick is curved. This axe-shaped oak, a “hurley”, is used to bat the ball either into the goal for 3 points, or between the crossbars for one point. Baseball-sized and just as hard, the white ball is called a “sliotar.”In hurling, a team of 15 players competes on the field without helmets or gloves. Players injured their fingers catching the sliotar because they often got hit by an opponent’s stick. Since a skilled player can whack the sliotar at 90 mph, when a stick hits a bare body part, blood can be shed. I saw four hand injuries in one 30-minute half.


Hurling is war.


Fortunately, my mid-field seat at the town’s hurling arena let me rub elbows with fans and have a Guinness or two. As the Kilkenny fans cheered their team to a win, I made portraits of the Irish faces sitting nearby. The town folk again made me feel at home with their friendliness. When I thought I may have asked too many questions during the game, my fellow fan said “Too many questions? Nonsense! Let me tell you about the point scoring...”.The next day at the bus station, on the route to Newgrange, I met a school hurling team. Hefting their hurleys, they seemed pleased to pose for a group portrait before their match in Dublin. It was almost time to leave Kilkenny.


It was late. By now my camera needed a resting place on a bar stool somewhere, as its memory card was full of portraits from rural Ireland. A dusky thirst came on. There was time for one last toast to friends in a dim, cozy pub, in the heart of old Ireland.

Caudle or chocolate cup, cover and saucer of soft-paste porcelain painted with enamels and gilded. Decorated with pink stripes imitating figured silk ribbons, alternating with garlands of flowers in green outlined in grey. Gilt edges.

New at Collabor88:

dust bunny . spring potting table

Ariskea[Birdy] Little Bee Vase [Green]

Kalopsia - Blossom's Mister Vase

Kalopsia - Blossom's Lady Vase

tarte. lightbulb terrarium - plant

tarte. lightbulb terrarium - moss


Other Items Used:

floorplan. welcome home chalkboard

[ keke ] spring sprout 3

[ keke ] sink - dark

The Loft & ARIA - Winslow Wrapped Tulips

[ARIA] Kira Potted Orchid

*LODE* Head Accessory - Eden [white] RARE

*LODE* Decor - Crocus Wood Box [white] RARE

{what next} Hanging Heart Decor - Love Grows Here

tarte. rope wall shelf (worn)

{vespertine- gardener shrub soap/wrapped}

dust bunny . wanderlust . book planter

dust bunny . wanderlust . daisy teacup

dust bunny . recycled pots

dust bunny . blossoming flowers

dust bunny . storybook living . researcher's journal

.08 [ kunst ] - Watering can

Apple Fall Colander (Green)

{anc} sleepwarking. ribbons. cream stripe 2Li

{anc} darkroom / Derain- Varane's custom camera 5Li RARE

junk. paris street sign. 1

[PM]Pixel Mode - THG - Plant Markers 1


Inspired by one of my fave movies, Marie Antoinette - making Marcus watch it asap! :P


New at Bloom:

DISORDERLY&CURELESS / Petit Blooms / La Rosee Top / RARE

DISORDERLY&CURELESS / Petit Blooms / Les Rosees Dress / RARE

DISORDERLY&CURELESS / Petit Blooms / Oversize Cake / Roses

DISORDERLY&CURELESS / Petit Blooms / Mini Cake / Rose

DISORDERLY&CURELESS / Petit Blooms / Mini Cake / Peony

DISORDERLY&CURELESS / Petit Blooms / Cake Pop Jar / Peonies

DISORDERLY&CURELESS / Petit Blooms / Cake Pop Jar / Roses

DISORDERLY&CURELESS / Petit Blooms / Petit Fours / Peonies

DISORDERLY&CURELESS / Petit Blooms / Petit Fours / Roses

DISORDERLY&CURELESS / Petit Blooms / Drizzle Cakes / Roses

DISORDERLY&CURELESS / Petit Blooms / Cake Pop Treat / Rose


New at The Chapter Four:

*LODE* Decor - Wild Sakura Marzipan Cake RARE


Other Items Worn:

*The Mystic* Victoria Rose Crown (all Colors)

=Zenith=Gothic Rose headpiece (Rose) -Gold (Modified - Roses Only)

=Zenith=Gothic Lace Wrist (Rose)Gold -Maitreya

erratic / diana - wrist cuff / pearl (maitreya) (r &l) - I'm obsessed with these!

=Zenith=sparkling handbag (Snow)

booN XFE275 hair blonde


Other Decor Items Used:

The Loft - Wedding Reception - Round Table Beige

The Loft - Wedding Reception - Ombre Cake (Modified)

The Loft - Bar Shelf Gold

AF Teacup Pearls RARE

tarte. vintage print

Kalopsia - Sakura Delice - Sponge Cake

Kalopsia - Sakura Delice - Chiffon Cake

Kalopsia - Old Mirror (no pictures)

Fancy Decor: Crystal SconceFancy Decor: Damask Wall Panel (medium)

+Half-Deer+ Crystal Romance Garland - Bow - White

+Half-Deer+ Macaron Dream Buffet - Cake Stand - Ribbon x

So this is my new photography wall.. yeah its pretty snazzy, I decorated it with my pictures i put in the fair! Ribbons and all :)


I'm pretty impressed with it


I used my new flash for this picture


580 EX II :D OH jeez its amazing


I miss flickr


ANd my flickr friends :)


Facebook =3


Formspring :)


Tumblr! o:


Buy Prints now!!! :D

Sir Henry's draft horses, huge Clydesdales and Percherons, won many prizes, and the awards earned by all his animals, his flowers, and his produce, practically covered one entire wall of the stables, the trophies collected filled a room.


The stables were a truly impressive part of Sir Henry's image. The red and green colours of the Queen's Own were everywhere, a plaque to the QOR decorated one exterior wall, and the initials were laid out in flowers in a flower bed.


The Pellatt coat of arms; lions with stone lemmings chasing each other around a cone, and collection of heraldic figures, one sketch by Lennox shown below, were included in the unique design of the stables


The horses' coats were brushed until they shone. Their manes were carefully cropped and tails braided and adorned with ribbons. The names of these pampered mounts were engraved on brass (or gold) plates and placed at the head of the Spanish mahogany stalls. Casa Loma Belle, Price Highgate, Casa Loma Squire, Casa Loma Watchman, King Edward and Storm King were some of those mounts.

Lord Kitchener was a registered hackney that had never been beaten in a show ring, and Indian Chief was a six-year-old chestnut. The Widow, was the only Canadian-bred horse in the stables and was Sir Henry's favourite mount.


Sir Henry often had a horse saddled up and went for horse rides around the Casa Loma neighborhood and especially up at his MaryLake estate in King, north of Toronto. Staff recalled that the horse would often wander back later with Sir Henry asleep in the saddle.528


Thanks to this gorgeous set, Marcus & I will have to get married again for like the 10th time...Make sure you check it out! <3


New for The Arcade:

Dead Dollz - THoB - Atelier - RARE (Modified wall texture)

Dead Dollz - TBoH - 3 Faced Mirror

Dead Dollz THoB - Fitting Stall

Dead Dollz - THoB - Princess Style

Dead Dollz - THoB - A Style

Dead Dollz - THoB - Mermaid Style

Dead Dollz - THoB - Short Shelf

Dead Dollz - THoB - Fitting Room

Dead Dollz - THoB - Stool & Rug


Other Items Used:

Onsu ~ "Sweetie" Awning

The Loft - Wedding Reception - Round Table White

The Loft - Wedding Reception - Ombre Cake

ARIA - Bridal Parlour - Sofa (Pillows Only)

[ARIA] Blair pouf

{anc} NO LIMITS // flock of doves [sugar white] 4Li

{anc} ChainLamp"SODA"

{anc} feather chips {purewhite} / GROUND (S) 1Li

{anc} miniature/H. mary {light} 10Li RARE

{anc} sleepwarking. ribbons. cream RARE 2Li

Kalopsia - Sakura Delice - Sponge Cake

Kalopsia - Sakura Delice - Chiffon Cake

Kalopsia - Sakura Delice - Eclair

Ariskea[Patisserie] Gift Boxes White

Fancy Decor: Cyrstal Candlestick (silver)

Apple Fall Pearl Chandelier

[ zerkalo ] Mademoiselle - Dress form Jewelry Display - RARE

[ zerkalo ] Be My Valentine - Rug

[ zerkalo ] Holiday Spirit - Roll Pillow

[ zerkalo ] Mademoiselle - Gloves

[ zerkalo ] Beauty in the ordinary - Jewelry box - Exclusive

[ zerkalo ] Aurora's Hideout - Canopy

[Tia] Sylvia Bathroom - Flower Vases

[Tia] Joon's Rose and Hydrangea Cup

=Zenith=Vintage Rose Hat (All colors) - RARE

=Zenith=Vintage Heart Clutch (Milk) -Gold

N-core KATE Lace "White" for Maitreya High Feet

ISON - lace feather heels -maitreya- (white)

ISON - scout boho bag -left arm- (white)

...Mutresse... Muci Clutch [Left Hand]

*LpD* - *Garbo* Clutch All White (On UnderArm 2)

Baiastice_Yara clutch-ghost (resizable)

LaGyo_Maylea clutch bag Pale (no pose)

LaGyo_Maylea clutch bag White (no pose)

GizzA - Gathered Tote Bag [BW] Without Pose


Punalu‘u, O‘ahu.


On one of my drives along the windward-side of the island, I spotted this colorful sight right along side the road and near the beach.


Someone had neatly trimmed and decorated an ironwood tree (Casuarina equisetifolia) with colored ribbons and small toys. At the base of the tree was a small basket of yellow plastic flowers.


I'm not sure if this is simply someone's Christmas decorations or possibly a roadside memorial.


I've notice there are several memorials in this stretch of highway. Here is another down the road near Hau‘ula. Each one is unique and makes me wonder about an untold story.


Le Bambole Mk. I - Bamboo Pinhole Camera. Kodak 160 Portra NC. Exposure: f/256 and 3 seconds.

Red box


Inside this little red box is a small and very precious porcelain fairy...a wonderful little keepsake. SEE THE FAIRY IN THE FIRST COMMENT BOX.


This little fairy (3" tall) was made by my very dear friend Glad who is sadly no longer with us. This special fairy always has pride of place on our Christmas tree.


Glad used to teach the art of producing and decorating porcelain dolls, she used to call her pupils her 'dolly ladies'. It must have been a fantastic class to attend because Glad was so full of fun, such a jolly lady and a lover of art...all 4ft 11 inches of her!


The Colour Red - theme for macro mondays


26. Keepsake. theme for 116 pictures in 2016

The nametag for a tree in the Waite Arboretum, that has been decorated with a silky red ribbon by a visitor.

DRD Mainstore has released this amazing new gacha Garden Party set. So many fun possibilities with this set! I strongly recommend you go check it out in their mainstore now.


2 - DRD - Garden Party - Big Tree Decorated - RARE

3 - DRD - Garden Party - Light Tent *modified ribbons only*

4 - DRD - Garden Party - Ground Table and Ground Pillows

6 - DRD - Garden Party - Juice Bar

8 - DRD - Garden Party - Drink Barrow

11 - DRD - Garden Party - Which Way Sign

12 - DRD - Garden Party - Little Tree

13 - DRD - Garden Party - Wallflowers - D

14 - DRD - Garden Party - Wallflowers - C

15 - DRD - Garden Party - Wallflowers - A

18 - DRD - Garden Party - Bonfire Treats & Bonfire

20 - DRD - Garden Party - Desert Table

21 - DRD - Garden Party - Memory Ladder


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Commissioned deer parts for minifee: antlers, ears, and tail, decorated with pearls, flowers, bells and ribbons.


Love that tail <3

2nd #Twist for Macro Mondays

15/100 x b/w: The 2015 Edition


Commissioned deer parts for minifee: antlers, ears, and tail, decorated with pearls, flowers, bells and ribbons.


Love that tail <3

The hardest thing about this weeks challenge was deciding which textures to choose! In the end, as I lean towards pretty things, I chose the handmade gift wrap and part of the ribbon used to decorate a gift. They had a lot more texture than I could see with my eye alone!!

HMM and thank you to all who take the time to fav and comment :))

I'd like Valentines to be a 365 celebration!

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Commissioned deer parts for minifee: antlers, ears, and tail, decorated with pearls, flowers, bells and ribbons.


Love that tail <3

HFF & LPTG week 13 "balloons"


In the villages in our region there is a custom to decorate a jubilee's fence or garden with colourful baloons and/or ribbons. This guy has turned 80.


(explore #8 on Mar. 29 2013)

Some ribbon and glitter decorating a Christmas Poinsettia.


One more capture from the end of last year's holiday season. Hopefully I'll find time soon to get out there and take some new photos!

The tree is up and looking great!


Architect: Jean Sigfrid Adrian

Built in: 1929-1930

Builder: Knut Faugust


Sportpalatset, (in English The Sports Palace), was built between 1929-1930 after architect Jean Sigfrid Adrian's drawings. The developer was Knut Faugust, and the building came to be surrounded by scandals, strikes and bankruptcies during the 30's crisis and the building was sold at auction to a consortium before it was completed.


The house contained 53 apartments. In the most magnificent flat at the top of the building, lived the artist Bruno Liljefors. He called his home "my little eagle's nest."


The house was originally built for various sports activities. There were a 50-meter swimming pool, tennis courts and gymnasiums in the building. There were also a restaurant and a theater with 600 seats, which later was rebuilt to a cinema (discontinued in 1977). The facility was soon to be called "Sportis" by locals.


The resort's poor economy resulted in the decision to close the pool in September 1956 and after failed attempts to convert the previous bath into a shopping center the building was sold to Stikkan Andersson's company, Polar International AB, in May 1978.


The old movie theater was rebuilt into Polar Studios, in which, for example ABBA recorded most of their albums. The studio's old premise now houses a gym facility.


S:t Erikspalatset

Architect: Gunnar Morssing

Built in: 1907 till 1910

Builder: Gustaf Larsson


S:t Erikspalatset , (in English, The S:t Erik's Palace), was built from 1907 to 1910. The building is 58 meters high and was between 1909 and 1924 Sweden's tallest building construction. The architecture firm Dorph & Höög (Victor Dorph and Anders Höög) signed the drawings but their future partner Gunnar Morssing is accounted for the design.


The house reminds a little of American skyscrapers of that time. The façade is plastered and has a rusty red color and decorated with horizontal ribbons and other decorations made of limestone with details of Art Nouveau. The building was designed mainly for housing, but also as office space.


The building below street level was intended for industrial purposes. The facade facing Kungsholms strand is made rustically in rough-hewn granite with a stone balustrade at the top.


Baxter and Stella waited until the last minute to decorate for the holidays!

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