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This breathtaking fairy-land tent wedding reception theme was achieved using a florist's birch trees & lanterns & Dark Star's genius in assembling & producing a final product (see pictures of the lighting at night). By Dark Star Lighting, Inc. (Please note: Dark Star does not provide the trees for these types of designs.)

Skull Tattoo Design Products that you can customize. Graphic Illustration of a black/white/grey skull with a rose poking through one of the bullet holes on his head. With big horns and black wings at the back of his head, propped by a black goth cross and black and gray dead tree branches as a background backdrop. Fully customizable. There’s also a version of this skull design with a scroll banner to personalize. Add your own name.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Two-piece decoration creates the illusion of a mischievous squirrel poking out from a tree trunk; a merry accent indeed! Lifelike furry fellow will have visitors guessing and grin

Homemade spooky skeleton... supplies newspaper(free) cut pantyhouse(free) legs off stuff newspaper for legs and trash bag for body ,wire hanger (free) bend part of it up and stick it thru the skull (dollar tree has the non light up skull eyes for a dollar)...put hanger in the waist part of pantyhose u cut off stuff w newspaper tie off ends... shower curtain or old sheet roll it all up will look like a body. used creepy cloth left over from last year to wrap around dollar tree has it for a…

While poking around the website for the New York gallery Chamber this week, we stumbled upon on of our favorite things ever designed by Chen Chen & Kai Williams — a re-imagination of a traditional Japanese garden tray, that substitutes industrial metal products like aluminum foam and resin-treated travertine for the bonsai trees and natural stones typically used in such products.

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