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I’ve never seen anything quite like these insects.  They are big - more than 1.5 inches long - and look like wasp-beetle-flies.  When they put their wings up, you can see that their bodies are beetle-like.  They fly like beetles, but their faces are more like fly faces.

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I’ve never seen anything quite like these insects.  They are big - more than 1.5 inches long - and look like wasp-beetle-flies.  When they put their wings up, you can see that their bodies are beetle-like.  They fly like beetles, but their faces are more like fly faces.

merrybrides:

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The Bag

There are lots of container options for a welcome bag – anything from simple kraft paper bags to fancy gift boxes. My personal favorite is a customized canvas tote bag, because it doesn’t take up a lot of room in a suitcase, and it’s something your guests will be able to…

njwight:

Delighted to be on the radar for my 15 miunutes of fame yesterday. If you saw Giraffe Mohawk, it belonged to one of these two faces. The top I beleive…they were munching along the acacia’s together.

Great Vibes - Wedding Font

merrybrides:

Q. If you had to choose one font for your wedding stationery, what would it be?

A. I would choose Great Vibes 

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This is free font you can use for personal or commercial use.

You can download it here: Great Vibes Font

rhamphotheca:

Redwood National and State Parks - CA, USA
This handsome forest inhabitant is the northern red-legged frog (Rana aurora), which is often spotted hopping along trails deep in the forest during the summer, far from the ponds where they breed. This is fortunate for young frogs leaving these ponds, since adults will eat almost anything that will fit in their mouths, including smaller individuals of their own kind!

rhamphotheca:

Redwood National and State Parks - CA, USA

This handsome forest inhabitant is the northern red-legged frog (Rana aurora), which is often spotted hopping along trails deep in the forest during the summer, far from the ponds where they breed. This is fortunate for young frogs leaving these ponds, since adults will eat almost anything that will fit in their mouths, including smaller individuals of their own kind!

This press will have you actually keeping your junk mail as a convenient source of raw material for making new, useful things…