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A Guide On How To Be A Girly Girl & Not Care What Others Think

A Guide On How To Be A Girly Girl & Not Care What Others Think Being a girly girl and feminine, can be so incredibly glamorous but not all that crave this style know where to even start with achieving it. That’s why I have put together this special post and list, to teach those... #dogirly #girlie

Tran Dang Khoa is most famous poet for children in Vietnam. He wrote about natural, animals, farmer's life, plants, country life and his traveling. This book collected all poems about his traveling. I illustrated a lot of landscape. Hope everyone like it!…

Until I started bible journaling, I can’t say I ever read the bible much. Not that I didn't WANT to, but I’ve talked about it before, so I won’t go into the why’s now…but I am sure you’ve all been there. Once I started bible journaling and got more comfortable with the bible, I started doing bible studies. But again, if I’m honest…it’s rare that I’d ever actually complete one. I’d usually get halfway through and get distracted and move on to something else. I think it’s because while bible…

The Red Book: When Carl Jung Lost and Found His Soul

Designers, Artists! If you know nothing about Carl Jung's Red Book, please look it up. A great example of the "illuminated" manuscript style by the father of modern psychology and all around good guy. The book sells on Amazon at a hefty price, so I'd at least recommend googling it and checking out some of the illustrations and layout.

I love the idea that Newt's scarf is a comfort to him. I've imagined for a while now that he hated Hogwarts and had few, if any, friends there. But he took his scarf with him to the U.S. and I think that says a lot about not only how it comforts him now but how it did then as well.

DRAWING HARRY POTTER with JONNY DUDDLE. Sunday 5th October, 11.30am. Guildhall. Join Jonny Duddle, cover illustrator of the brand-new editions of the Harry Potter novels, as he tells you about the process of creating the new covers for these iconic children’s books. Watch him draw live on stage and come prepared with lots of questions. A must for all Harry Potter fans. (Ages 9+)