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uponsorrowfuleyes:

Artfully Artless Craft’s 4th Giveaway!

Because I love you guys <3

Rules - PLEASE READ

  • Must be following me - Uponsorrowfuleyes
  • Only reblogs count! Every reblog gets you an entry. Reblog as many times as you want! 
  • No giveaway or inactive blogs. I will check!
  • This giveaway ships internationally
  • Winner will be picked October 5, 2014

What you get:

  • One hand crafted glass eye brooch
  • One knotted goldstone keychain
  • One knotted moonstone keychain
  • Various stones including peacock ore, and rainbow mystic aura quartz
  • One vial full of cruelty free honey bees (donated by local beekeepers after they’ve passed)
  • Four real butterfly wings
  • Four drilled elytra beetle wings
  • Two sea shells
  • One ammonite
  • Two coyote teeth
  • One mink jaw
  • One porcupine quill
  • Numerous hedgehog spines
  • One coyote claw
  • One turtle claw
  • One alligator scale
  • Two gilded bone necklaces
  • One mystic aura quartz trio necklace
  • One autumn honey bey necklace
  • One resin encased crab claw

Good Luck!

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victoriousvocabulary:

NAIAD
[noun]
1. Greek mythology:  a type of nymph (female spirit) who presided over fountains, wells, springs, streams, brooks and other bodies of fresh water.
2. Biology: the aquatic larva or nymph of a dragonfly, mayfly, or stonefly.
Etymology: Ancient Greek Ναϊάδες, Naiades, from νάειν, “to flow”, or νᾶμα, “running water”.
[Annie Stegg - Lilaia the Naiad]

victoriousvocabulary:

NAIAD

[noun]

1. Greek mythology:  a type of nymph (female spirit) who presided over fountains, wells, springs, streams, brooks and other bodies of fresh water.

2. Biology: the aquatic larva or nymph of a dragonfly, mayfly, or stonefly.

Etymology: Ancient Greek Ναϊάδες, Naiades, from νάειν, “to flow”, or νᾶμα, “running water”.

[Annie Stegg - Lilaia the Naiad]