Mid-Century Jazz Poster - Inspired by classic album cover art from the 1950s and 60s byAnderson Design Group

Mid-Century Jazz Poster - Inspired by classic album cover art from the 1950s and 60s byAnderson Design Group

"This is a lamp i made for my mother for mothers day. it’s made from a recycled lamp and my old trumpet that i used to play in junior high. the base was cut, sanded, stained and varnished by me. it took me longer than i expected, which is why i finished it almost a week after mothers day. As for the case that held the trumpet- i’ll be turning that into a toolbox. :D"

"This is a lamp i made for my mother for mothers day. it’s made from a recycled lamp and my old trumpet that i used to play in junior high. the base was cut, sanded, stained and varnished by me. it took me longer than i expected, which is why i finished it almost a week after mothers day. As for the case that held the trumpet- i’ll be turning that into a toolbox. :D"

Fireflies - Owl City (Bb) Flute Notes | FluteNotes.ph (Free Letter Notes)

Fireflies - Owl City (Bb) Flute Notes | FluteNotes.ph (Free Letter Notes)

To use for the skirt I'm gonna     make!

The Absolute Easiest Way to Sew in a Zipper

Half-sleeve V Neck Lace Pattern Crystal Brooch Sheath Lace Wedding Dress

Half-sleeve V Neck Lace Pattern Crystal Brooch Sheath Lace Wedding Dress

RAGDUNG  Among the instruments associated with Tibetan Buddhism are rag-dung, long trumpets played in pairs for morning and evenings calls to prayer, preludes, and processions. The Tibetan word dung means "shell," and when used alone or followed by dkar it refers to a conch-shell trumpet. When combined with other qualifying words, it denotes different types of trumpets, as with rkang-dung ("femur trumpet"), rag-dung ("brass trumpet"), and dung-chen ("large trumpet").

RAGDUNG Among the instruments associated with Tibetan Buddhism are rag-dung, long trumpets played in pairs for morning and evenings calls to prayer, preludes, and processions. The Tibetan word dung means "shell," and when used alone or followed by dkar it refers to a conch-shell trumpet. When combined with other qualifying words, it denotes different types of trumpets, as with rkang-dung ("femur trumpet"), rag-dung ("brass trumpet"), and dung-chen ("large trumpet").

I did used to love Snape but I've come to realise hes a nasty bully.  He hated harry all the Time , when harry did nothing

I did used to love Snape but I've come to realise hes a nasty bully. He hated harry all the Time , when harry did nothing

used trumpets/earplug with case/earpieces tourist guide system/in-flight product/handset earphone/bluetooth motorcycle headset/

used trumpets/earplug with case/earpieces tourist guide system/in-flight product/handset earphone/bluetooth motorcycle headset/

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