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a cool way to decorate an envelope being sent to a Harry Potter fan -- paperedthoughts

a cool way to decorate an envelope being sent to a Harry Potter fan -- paperedthoughts

SO cute, I'm pretty sure this drawing sums up the entire series, for the seven and Octavian. I am kind of offended that it excludes hazel though......

SO cute, I'm pretty sure this drawing sums up the entire series, for the seven and Octavian. I am kind of offended that it excludes hazel though......

I love anastasia.  I know she isn't a Disney princess but I don't have any other board to put her in lol

I love anastasia. I know she isn't a Disney princess but I don't have any other board to put her in lol

Finally I decided to finish the Sharingan Eye collection. Thank you all you wonderful Naruto fans who were so fun to talk to and geek out about Naruto you've inspired me to complete the serie...

Finally I decided to finish the Sharingan Eye collection. Thank you all you wonderful Naruto fans who were so fun to talk to and geek out about Naruto you've inspired me to complete the serie...

Mary Kay Satin Hands Copy Cat Recipe (Only 2 Ingredients!) - It is my favorite hand moisturizing, exfoliating, skin softening scrub and I love it even more because you can make it at home!

How To Clean Your Hood Fan Quickly

Mary Kay Satin Hands Copy Cat Recipe (Only 2 Ingredients!) - It is my favorite hand moisturizing, exfoliating, skin softening scrub and I love it even more because you can make it at home!

Tessen  were folding fans with outer spokes made of heavy plates of iron which were designed to look like normal, harmless folding fans or solid clubs shaped to look like a closed fan. Samurai could take these to places where swords or other overt weapons were not allowed, and some swordsmanship schools included training in the use of the tessen as a weapon. The tessen was also used for fending off arrows and darts, as a throwing weapon, and as an aid in swimming.

Tessen were folding fans with outer spokes made of heavy plates of iron which were designed to look like normal, harmless folding fans or solid clubs shaped to look like a closed fan. Samurai could take these to places where swords or other overt weapons were not allowed, and some swordsmanship schools included training in the use of the tessen as a weapon. The tessen was also used for fending off arrows and darts, as a throwing weapon, and as an aid in swimming.

Victorian fan Style to gather people I love into one fan.

VICTORIAN 12 LADIES Hand FAN greeting card

My grandmother had so many of these Chinese Fans...from as far as I could remember, she's always had one

My grandmother had so many of these Chinese Fans...from as far as I could remember, she's always had one

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