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Lemon Ginger Turmeric “Detox” Tea | Flush Bloat, Help Prevent hunger & Overeating | Flood Body with Antioxidants, Mop up Toxins | For MORE RECIPES, fitness & nutrition tips please sign up for our FREE NEWSLETTER www.NutritionTwins.com & check out our 21-Day Body Reboot

Lemon Ginger Turmeric “Detox” Tea | Flush Bloat, Help Prevent hunger & Overeating | Flood Body with Antioxidants, Mop up Toxins | For MORE RECIPES, fitness & nutrition tips please sign up for our FREE NEWSLETTER www.NutritionTwins.com & check out our 21-Day Body Reboot

salt & coffee watercolor technique Materials freshly brewed espresso cobalt blue watercolour paint 140wt coldpress watercolour paper watercolour brushes (one wide for washes & one thin for strokes) white drafting eraser pencil water sea salt masking tape brown ink pen tracing paper (optional)

salt & coffee watercolor technique Materials freshly brewed espresso cobalt blue watercolour paint 140wt coldpress watercolour paper watercolour brushes (one wide for washes & one thin for strokes) white drafting eraser pencil water sea salt masking tape brown ink pen tracing paper (optional)

Here you are, everyone. A free Kimono pattern. Use it as is to make doll's clothing, or blow it WAY up to fit a real human. Kimonos are very simple garments, and so it isn't difficult to make them ...

Here you are, everyone. A free Kimono pattern. Use it as is to make doll's clothing, or blow it WAY up to fit a real human. Kimonos are very simple garments, and so it isn't difficult to make them ...

Chiyogami, which means thousand generation (chiyo) paper (gami), was developed in Japan during the Edo Period (1603-1867). The fashionable kimono textiles being produced in the Yuzen area of Kyoto inspired the papermakers to produce small-scale paper imitations intended for use on dolls and tiny household items, such as tea tins. Many of the patterns contain highly symbolic imagery, such as cranes for long life and plum blossoms and pine boughs for beauty and longevity.

Chiyogami, which means thousand generation (chiyo) paper (gami), was developed in Japan during the Edo Period (1603-1867). The fashionable kimono textiles being produced in the Yuzen area of Kyoto inspired the papermakers to produce small-scale paper imitations intended for use on dolls and tiny household items, such as tea tins. Many of the patterns contain highly symbolic imagery, such as cranes for long life and plum blossoms and pine boughs for beauty and longevity.