Polyanna In Wonderland

sumeyraoz:

lastochkastore:

I suggest you hand painted shoes.

I use high quality acrylic fabric paints. So the designs are waterproof.

Wipe with a cloth and warm water. Do not use cleaning products on the painted areas.

I can design the unique shoes on the base of your request

I use metric sizes. to find out your size you can measure the foot from the heel to the longest toe. or watch the metric size on sports shoes known brand

Available size : 16.5 cm to 27.0 cm

Welcome to my store!

http://lastochka.storenvy.com/

Hepsi birbirinden tatlı ya yerim ben bunları yapanın ellerine sağlık.

fthlc:



Zamanı gelince, bir adam seveceksin kızım.Ondan yasak ağacın meyvesini iste.Seni Cennet’ten tekrar kovulmak pahasına sevemeyecek bir adamı, sakın sevme kızım.Geceleri senin saçlarını avuçlarına doldurmadan uyuyacak bir adama, asla kalbini verme.


— Ahmet Savaş Özpınar - Hayyamlar ve Yamyamlar

fthlc:

Zamanı gelince, bir adam seveceksin kızım.
Ondan yasak ağacın meyvesini iste.

Seni Cennet’ten tekrar kovulmak pahasına sevemeyecek bir adamı, sakın sevme kızım.

Geceleri senin saçlarını avuçlarına doldurmadan uyuyacak bir adama, asla kalbini verme.

— Ahmet Savaş Özpınar - Hayyamlar ve Yamyamlar

emmacalzone:

hoplophilia:

Dragon’s Breath is a very gorgeous type of opal made into many types of jewelry.

WAAAANT

(Source: aasrial, via denizkokuluparfum)

instagram:

Radical Self-Expression at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City

To view more photos and videos from Black Rock City, explore the Burning Man location page, browse the #BM2014 hashtag and follow @missjessrose on Instagram.

“It’s way more than you can imagine,” says Jessica Rose Yurasek (@missjessrose), describing Black Rock City, the site of the annual Burning Man festival. Each year, a global tribe of artists, makers, and performers converge in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, birthing a pop-up city of more than 60,000 “Burners” and their acts of radical self-expression.

In contrast to an inhospitable physical terrain, which ranges from scorching heat to torrential rain, Jessica sees Black Rock City as an inspirational place of generosity and creativity. The weeklong gathering culminates with the burning of a towering wooden effigy known at “the Man”, and then disperses, taking care to leave no trace in the desert.

“If we as humanity can build this,” she says, “then I have hope for our future.”