setoshi-zombie:

Artist: Arrrkal

vanyanis:

Attention Melbourne followers!

If you’ve always been drawn to beautiful garments that have been embellished with lace and beads, and have wondered how it’s done, then this is the class for you! Whether you’re a beginner or have been sewing for years, this class is just what you need to teach and inspire you further with your passion and interest in sewing. 

We’re excited to announce a new date for our Embellishment Class! The next class will be on Sunday October 19th, 9:30 - 4:30pm. (click to book!)

The class will be held in the idyllic country town of Healesville, in the centre of the Yarra Valley (only an hour east of Melbourne) with free parking readily available. The class will run with 6-12 attendees so find a friend and book your place early to avoid disappointment.

Should you like to make a weekend of it and experience all the Yarra Valley has to offer, then check out Lake House Healesville for your boutique accommodation needs.

Know someone who would be interested in attending? Please share this with them! <3

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ashcostello:

pretty much

I want every part of this!

yes please

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lanadelreycist:

taylorswift tell me why you thought this was a good idea

taylorswift i really need you to elaborate on this

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theacademy:

Anna May Wong was a native Los Angeleno and the first Chinese-American movie star. She landed her first film at 17 years old in the silent The Toll of the Sea and later appeared opposite Marlene Dietrich in Shanghai Express

Though she was a talented actress, she struggled to avoid being typecast. What’s worse, she occasionally was passed over for Asian roles when producers hired Europeans instead of her. 

In 1951 Wong became the first Asian lead in a U.S. television show when she starred in “The Gallery of Madame Liu-Tsong”.

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