Cindy Ortiz-Plant

Cindy Ortiz-Plant

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Laguna Beach, CA / My mission in Life is to Be this individual: Renaissance man- a man of any period who has a broad range of intellectual interests
Cindy Ortiz-Plant
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21 DIY Indigo Projects to Dye For via Brit + Co.

Cathy of California - lovely deep blue tassels" you could easily do your own recreation with dye and white/cream tassels -- via Kathrin Dream

After the wedding for thank you cards. TO CUTE!!

Any kind of thank you's! Wedding Thank You's. Have your photographer take a picture of you holding thank you sign. make postcards to use as thank you cards for wedding gifts.

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Charles de Mills - Mid-19th century

Charles de Mills - Mid-19th century

Gloire de Dijon - Tea Noisette - 1850 *** I've noticed that this rose is often the #1 choice of men, including Paul Barden and Rev. Dean Hole. I read once that men tend to be attracted to warmer colors, women cooler (there's also a generational aspect: ex.: from mid-20th century until very recently, bright, hot colors have been widely popular like 'Peace'). With its subtle, but not garish, salmon pink and yellow coloring, as well as extreme beauty of form, its popularity makes sense.

Gloire de Dijon - Tea Noisette - 1850 *** I've noticed that this rose is often the #1 choice of men, including Paul Barden and Rev. Dean Hole. I read once that men tend to be attracted to warmer colors, women cooler (there's also a generational aspect: ex.: from mid-20th century until very recently, bright, hot colors have been widely popular like 'Peace'). With its subtle, but not garish, salmon pink and yellow coloring, as well as extreme beauty of form, its popularity makes sense.