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8 receitas de café da manhã para quem faz dieta que ficam prontas em até 3 minutos - Bolsa de Mulher

8 receitas de café da manhã para quem faz dieta que ficam prontas em até 3 minutos - Bolsa de Mulher

15 Pretty Pastel Hairstyles to Try This Summer

15 Pretty Pastel Hairstyles to Try This Summer

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Introducing Fairy Cherry Tree. She is needle felted by hand in greens and dark red/burgundy, with a wire frame body so she can be very gently posed as you choose. She is aprox 22cm tall and 20cm wing to wing. She is for decoration only an not for children, due to her delicate nature and loose fibres. She does not have a thread for hanging but you can attach thread or ribbon if you want or she can sit or stand with support. She is made with love and care and took a whole day to make

Introducing Fairy Cherry Tree. She is needle felted by hand in greens and dark red/burgundy, with a wire frame body so she can be very gently posed as you choose. She is aprox 22cm tall and 20cm wing to wing. She is for decoration only an not for children, due to her delicate nature and loose fibres. She does not have a thread for hanging but you can attach thread or ribbon if you want or she can sit or stand with support. She is made with love and care and took a whole day to make

Introducing Fairy Cherry Tree. She is needle felted by hand in greens and dark red/burgundy, with a wire frame body so she can be very gently posed as you choose. She is aprox 22cm tall and 20cm wing to wing. She is for decoration only an not for children, due to her delicate nature and loose fibres. She does not have a thread for hanging but you can attach thread or ribbon if you want or she can sit or stand with support. She is made with love and care and took a whole day to make

Introducing Fairy Cherry Tree. She is needle felted by hand in greens and dark red/burgundy, with a wire frame body so she can be very gently posed as you choose. She is aprox 22cm tall and 20cm wing to wing. She is for decoration only an not for children, due to her delicate nature and loose fibres. She does not have a thread for hanging but you can attach thread or ribbon if you want or she can sit or stand with support. She is made with love and care and took a whole day to make

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This little lady is a red-headed ballerina. Her skin is a pink/peachy color. Her hair is a deep red and medium pink mixture. Her dress is teal with a mint green ruffle, and ballet slippers to match. Her arms and legs are bendable, but not pose-able. She does not sit on her own; she is a flopsy doll. Her hair is in braids now, but it can be restyled.  She is 25 inches long from head to tiptoes.   This item was made by hand with lots of love in a smoke-free, pet-free home. All WasteNotWan...

This little lady is a red-headed ballerina. Her skin is a pink/peachy color. Her hair is a deep red and medium pink mixture. Her dress is teal with a mint green ruffle, and ballet slippers to match. Her arms and legs are bendable, but not pose-able. She does not sit on her own; she is a flopsy doll. Her hair is in braids now, but it can be restyled. She is 25 inches long from head to tiptoes. This item was made by hand with lots of love in a smoke-free, pet-free home. All WasteNotWan...

A Panda sleeping mask + 1 very dreamy dream journal How does a Panda sleep? Panda is one of the laziest creatures on god’s green earth. The only reason a panda ever gets up is to go right back to sleep again. Panda’s favourite sleeping poses include lying flat on their backs, lying on their sides, lying on their stomachs, stretching their paws and rolling themselves up into balls – so pretty much any position as long as they catch some z’s.

A Panda sleeping mask + 1 very dreamy dream journal How does a Panda sleep? Panda is one of the laziest creatures on god’s green earth. The only reason a panda ever gets up is to go right back to sleep again. Panda’s favourite sleeping poses include lying flat on their backs, lying on their sides, lying on their stomachs, stretching their paws and rolling themselves up into balls – so pretty much any position as long as they catch some z’s.

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