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  • Kendra Bantz

    beautiful butterfly wings

  • Sandra Martin

    butterfly wings look like stained glass windows

  • Jacqui Monger

    Angel silhouette

  • Debbie Schultz

    Butterfly Angel, her wings remind me of stained glass, beautiful!

  • Sara Ortez

    Beautiful butterfly fairy wings

  • Miranda Campbell

    Wings for Fairy Doll

  • Ryan Sorel

    "A bird may love a fish, signore, but where will they live?" "hmmm, Then I shall have to make you wings." -Ever After: A Cinderella Story


    Hi! I'm Maggie-May, I'm an Irish hair/makeup artist with a passion for fashion, arts, people, life...I truly believe we are all limited editions so I try to find the beauty in everything and everyone. I am inspired here daily and hopefully i can inspire others along the peace and hope to everyone who reads this -xxx-

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