For all the ocean loving astrologers: ‘Starfish star-signs’ ⭐️, the next limited edition design (next to a handmade and drawn - but unglazed - plate). The composition is made up of pure, undiluted zodiac star constellations, with all of the signs depicted ✨🐏🐂👯♀️🦀🦁👧⚖️🦂🏹🐐⛲️🎣🌟
We’re not giving up on summer yet, thanks for sharing all of your Dilli Grey gorgeous pictures this is a stunner from @n4mummy you know how much we love a spot of twinning 💫💫💫 is everyone back from hols now? Who’s plotting their next holiday already? It’s less than 4 weeks until our next India trip literally counting down the days...🌏
Starfish are not mentioned in any of the academic texts on Bulgarian folklore that I have, but that doesn't mean that we can't talk about the stars in the sky instead! In most Western cultures, the Sun is considered a masculine symbol and the Moon is feminine. In Bulgaria, however, they are both male - brothers, in fact, and they have two sisters: Vechernitsa and Zornitsa/Denitsa (both of which are actually one and the same planet - Venus. Not even a star). The former is the youngest and travels across the sky with the Sun, whilst the latter is older and stays by the Moon's side. The two sisters take the form of stunning winged maidens, but after Zornitsa was wedded to a brave warrior, she became a female zmei (zmeitsa). The only other solitary star which the people named was the Kervanka, a helper of the evil earthly spirits. She'd take on the form of one of the sisters, thus tricking people into mistaking the time and wandering off to the woods too early or too late, left at the mercy of any creatures haunting the woods. #mytholana
I don’t usually post pedis but I love this color combo. Base polish: Emma VSNP Don’t Rock My Ship (from an ipsy deal). Stamping polish: Colour Alike Fairy Forest. Stamping plate: Bundle Monster (now Maniology) BM-XL25.