On the wings of a dove: Holy Crap, I need a present pronto!
Oh oh! On the wings of a dove! 80's pop was a clear inspiration for this vaguely confusing but very pleasing photo
For the Wings of a Dove by Amy Judd Art, via Flickr
On the wings of a dove: Infinity Scarf Pattern (ch. 150, sc for 12 rows for chunky scarf). Definitely will make another one!
Lots of Food
Common Mormon: A detailed picture of the wings of a Common Mormon Butterfly as he rests on a leaf at the Victoria Butterfly Gardens on
Tiger Butterfly On A Leaf: The Tiger Butterfly is one of the easier species of butterfly to photograph as it rests on a leaf with wings
DIY large butterfly. Used fairy wings from Dollar Tree and pastel pom poms from Michaels, which come in a bag of the same colors as the fairy wings. I hot glued a popsicle stick onto the wings then hot glued a piece of lavender foam on the opposite side of the stick and wings then a pipe cleaner cut in half to the end of the stick. Hot glue on pom poms. Try adding curling ribbon as the tails. Hello spring!
slices of a tree branch for butterfly wings and a twig as the center. cute!!
John 1:1 illustrated as a dove (symbol the Holy Spirit) becoming a book (symbol of the Word of God)
Dragonflies, "as long as there is determination, there is a way" & snitch bracelet - infinity, wings bracelet - the gift of friendship
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Gold plated butterfly bobby pins by shopelizabethperry on etsy. Gold tone brass butterflies that come as a set of two, I think they look very moth like, love the beautiful detail on the wings.
The fluttering of a butterfly's wings can effect climate changes on the other side of the planet. ~Paul Erlich
One minute of this exposé of the banality of slaughterhouse evil should be enough to persuade anyone with a sense of shame that we have no moral leg to stand on eating bacon and hamburgers, cheddar cheese and chicken wings, at the cost of such mistreatment of animals when we could be nourishing ourselves at least as adequately on a plant-based diet.