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The Junk Gypsies used a Thunderbird car grill as a light fixture at the Junk-O-Rama Prom. See more photos from the Prom www.gactv.com/...

remember this glue - mom always on one in her desk

Vintage Glues - MyLesPaul.com

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1970s: Snaking sofa

Make a Penny Floor/Renovate a Bathroom for Under $400...perfect for laundry room and powder room!

Google Image Result for cdnimg.visualizeu... Stunning color.

"Shops Of The Forgotten" by SmokinToast on Flickr

Mexico Brought to you by Cookies In Bloom and Hannah's Caramel Apples www.cookiesinbloo... www.hannahscarame...

Rincón de Ex-Hacienda de Chautla, Mexico. Thats what I love about Mexico - the wonderful use of color.

Love the bright, colorful paint and blue and white chevron tile around this blue door in #Mexico.

Colorful! Ajijic Doorway, Jalisco, Mexico. I remember these colorful houses and people in the streets selling about every Mexican Handmade Crafts!!! :)

bathroom art idea: portraits of old hollywood/mexican actresses

Dolores Del Rio (Mexican actress, who was a star of Hollywood films during Silent Era and in The Golden Age of Hollywood. Also she was the first Latin American movie star to have international appeal.) david-paris.blogs...

"This photo of actress Raquel Torres was taken in the late 1920s or very early 30s.  Raquel was a Mexican born American actress who's first starring role was in MGM's White Shadows of the South Seas in 1928.  She was in several films in the late 20s and early 30s including Duck Soup with the Marx Brothers.  Raquel abruptly retired from acting in 1934 after marrying New York businessman Stephen Ames.  Torres died in 1987 at age 78." - Couture Allure

Lupe Velez. A Beautiful Mexican Actress in Hollywood who had a successful career - Lupe, "The Mexican SpitFire."

VINTAGE BOHO: 1934 Mexican actress Lupe Velez with her chihuahuas.

María Félix was a Mexican actress, considered by many to be the most iconic leading lady of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, known for her larger-than-life, tough film characters.

Photographed by Edward Steichen for the June 1932 issue, Mexican actress Lupe Velez’s haunting gaze and embellished accoutrements are pure drama.

Mexican Actress, María de los Ángeles Félix Güereña (April 8, 1914 – April 8, 2002)...also known as "La Doña." Maria Félix was dressed by designers like Christian Dior, Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, and Balenciaga, but my favorite is this "raw" picture of her on the set of the iconic movie, "Juana Gallo." Photo by Allan Grant, Jun 01, 1960

Maria Felix. The most beautiful woman in the world. Mexican actress from the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema

María Félix was a Mexican actress, considered by many to be the most iconic leading lady of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, known for her larger-than-life, tough film characters.

Tongolele.. Mexican burlesque dancer actress of the Mexican Cinema, born in 1932, she has starred in several films from 1940's through the 1980's www.hellabreezys....

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A beautiful, colorful abstract art floor in Mexico City. ----BTW, Please Visit: artcaffeine.imobi...

Chapel in México. Capture the spirit of authentic Mexico at LaFuente.com