See that? That’s the best kinda sparkle right there!
It’s called magic.
And guess what...? It’s contagious. Be the sparkle in someone’s day today. They may need it more than you know.
Back to these 2 beauties and beanies. If you are local you’ll recognize this brand everywhere you go. These stylish gorgeous girls are @lovesquaredkids very own! Aren’t they stunning?
They were in studio recently for some Christmas portraits and what fun we had. Stay tuned for more from their session as I post through the holidays.
And now... I want to put my pj’s back on and shop online. Btw these beanies are sooo comfy! I need more! (Not sponsored... just being honest)
I looked deeper into aura tone, everyone has an aura colour (invisible to the naked eye) but created due to all living things radiating an aura colour from the energy they emit. I constructed the painting following the aura colours of my subject
Aura colour meaning:
Bright Orange - living life to its fullest
Dark orange - power, give off an air of confidence
Yellow - playful spirit and act on thoughts
Turquoise - help other discover inner truths.
Violet -visionary highest level. Daydream and change the world with spiritual love.
And finally displayed and presented at Kings Cross.
The 13 Yulelads are all over 100 years old, they are silly, joyful pranksters and all have different names which fits with their characteristics. This morning was the first day of 13 counting toward Christmas Eve that kids in Iceland could find small gifts in their shoes which they had placed in their windows.
The first Yulelad is named Stekkjastaur or Sheep-Cote Clod. The poet Jòhannes ùr Kötlu wrote a poem about the Yulelads and their family, many kids as well as adults know this poem by heart and it has become some what of a standard to decriebe and remember the names and row of the lads. The first part of thr poem goes:
Stekkjastaur - Sheep-Cote Clod
The first of them was Sheep-Cote Clod.
He came stiff as wood,
to prey upon the farmer's sheep
as far as he could.
He wished to suck the ewes,
but it was no accident
he couldn't; he had stiff knees
- not to convenient.