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awesome-sauce-shit  asked:

Hi lovely! I was wondering if you had any cute dinosaur diys? Love you blog 💖

Please have a look at my #dinosaur tag for past DIYs! ⭐️

DIY Party Dinos

DIY Dinosaur Ring Holders

DIY Gold Dinosaur Necklace

DIY Colourful Bag Charms

DIY Dino Plush


sew-much-to-do: a visual collection of sewing tutorials/patterns, knitting, diy, crafts, recipes, etc.

I’m very honored to announce that my painting “Resplendent Ringers” (ring-necked ducks) placed third in Ohio’s Wetland Conservation Stamp competition! I was also selected to be Ohio Ducks Unlimited Sponsor Artist of the Year, which means prints of my painting will be available next year at Ohio DU events.

Acrylic on board, original is 14" x 18".

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middle earth meme: [1/3 races] the maiar (specifically, some of my favourites)

The Maiar were Ainur, offspring of  Eru Ilúvatar’s thoughts before the world was made. They were akin to the Valar but lesser in power than the Holy Ones who were the chief shapers of the world. The Maiar were typically devoted to and served specific Valar, being of like stock. For example, Eönwë and Ilmarë, who together were Chiefs of the Maiar, served Manwë and Varda respectively, while Sauron was of Aulë’s folk before being seduced into the service of Melkor. The Maiar were fëar (spirits) but unlike the Children of Ilúvatar, they do not need to possess hröar (bodies) to appear to the Children, manifesting themselves in a fana (vales). It is insinuated, in the tale of Melian the Maia and Elu Thingol the Elf, that should a Maia wed with one of the Children they shall take up Elven forms and be bound forever to them. They are immortal, and like the Elves, they are bound to Arda until its end and cannot die in the matter of the Children, though their spirits may be weakened to the point of never again causing harm, such as the case of Sauron after the destruction of the One Ring. Among the Maiar were Balrogs, who were those corrupted by Melkor the Marrer.