Homeward, These Shoes

Shared between two lovers: Ian (unmagnificentlivesof-adults) and Shelby (nojokesfact)

awwww-cute:

My friend’s dad is a rancher and rescued this baby fawn. He brought it back to the ranch, and their dog adopted it. Women’s size 9 flip-flop for scale

awwww-cute:

My friend’s dad is a rancher and rescued this baby fawn. He brought it back to the ranch, and their dog adopted it. Women’s size 9 flip-flop for scale

starcevic:

videohall:

Greyhound being read a scary story

this is important to me

jovonnah-rabbit:

unexplained-events:

La Pascualita

Urban Legend

This mannequin has been in a store window in Chihuahua, Mexico for the past 75 years. Pascualita also has a very unique urban legend behind her. Many believe that she is not a mannequin, but the perfectly preserved corpse of the previous owner’s daughter.

Sonia Burciaga, a shop worker says, “Every time I go near Pascualita my hands break out in a sweat. Her hands are very realistic and she even has varicose veins on her legs. I believe she’s a real person.”

Other stories include Pascualita chaning positions on her own, her eyes following you around and the usual superstitions that come with haunted maannequins.

Source

Why has no one lifted her skirt to further prove if she’s an actual mummy?

fuckyeahcraft:

I was sent this gorgeous tutorial by LDP (follow her blog! It’s gorgeous!) and new exciting things got in the way of posting for a while, so here you go, finally!  She has loads of other fab tutorials on her blog too, such as how to make amazing Dr Who converse!

I would highly recommend this tutorial!  Books are the most commonly thrown away item given to charity shops in the UK.  If you are UK based there’s a great charity called Healthy Planet with various Books for Free shops across the UK, see locations here!

https://healthyplanet.org

"DIY: Recycled Book Planters

This tutorial came complete with a mild existential crisis. I’ve wanted to make a craft project with books for ages now, however the thought of slicing up a tiny universe for my own selfish needs has always been too traumatic for me to bear. I eventually convinced myself that my charity shop book discoveries were only going to sit on a shelf until someone else threw them away if I didn’t buy them and use them, so why not turn them into something beautiful?
1. Start by smearing wood glue along the sides of the book, to secure the pages together. If you plan on using more than one book for the planter, glue them together without putting glue in the area you intend to cut, as this will make it more difficult to cut through.
2.Mark the area you intend to cut out, where your plant will go.
3.Use a craft knife to cut out the marked area. It may be hard to cut through the cover of the book initially, but just keep going - it’ll slice through eventually. :)
4.Once the area is as deep as you want it to be, glue the piece of plastic bag into the cut area, and trim the edges to be level with the cover of the book. This will stop water and dirt leaking into the book once your plant is inside.
5.Put your plant into the book, and look after it as your new pot plant.
http://ld-p.blogspot.co.uk/
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