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Belle - Golden Splendor by For-He-who-is-grand
Belle - Golden Splendor

Belle- premiered Sakura Con 2015.

Ahhh this year’s cosplay! So much to tell!

At first, i wasn't even planning on doing a Belle cosplay.  It all started when perusing through the fabric store and I spotted the most magical golden rose fabric! I instantly knew I needed to make a Belle right then out of this magnificent fabric. 

About the construction and design:
The two tones of silk gold fabrics you see on the corset started out as simple flat silk charmeuse that i hunted down that when you hold it to the skirt rose fabric is insanely identical. I had purchased an applique (which was later decided to be omitted from the final design) which had in it's center a beautiful diamond pattern. I decided i wanted the entire corset in this style. So i took these plain gold fabrics and pin-tucked the entire thing myself to get that 3d raised diamond pattern you see. I then painstakingly hand sewed on...one by one..360 gold pearls to the bodice-a pearl in every corner of each diamond. *Huff* There is a heavy duck cloth sandwiched in between the fancier outside fabric and the lining to give it a solid structure. The lining (not pictured) is a wonderful gold rose printed fabric left over from a renaissance costume made a lonngg time ago! It was a fun way to tie in my old costumes with my new, and it suited Belle perfectly. Yes, i  pay attention to ALL the details, including the inside of my costumes! The whole thing is steel boned. I have never sewn from scratch something i have steel boned myself,(Elsa was one i patterned from an already established steel bone base)  so that was this year's learning process, along with successfully making a sturdy strapless gown! Huzzah! Being larger busted, this is an accomplishment i'm really proud of. 

So I had my bodice fabric, and my main skirt fabric. However, I wanted to have Belle's signature gathered look as well, but i wanted to really still highlight my expensive gold rose skirt fabric and be able to see through to it.  I decided on a sheer gold sparkle organza to tie it together. The sparkle adds a little magic to it all i think.  I was very insistent that it be SPARKLE organza and not MIRROR organza...they have a different look. I sewed lines up the fabric and gathered it to get Belle's style. I used that same organza for the off shoulder sleeves and hand sewed it on to give it just the perfect drape with the sweetheart neckline of the bodice.

The idea to add a dash of red came from being inspired by Lillyxandra 's lacey Belle ( I am always so inspired by this costumer! She does amazing things!)  I loved that she had used clusters of red roses. I decided i wanted the red, but with a different shade. I used large rich dark burgundy velvet roses that i very lightly dusted with gold glitter (Use with caution! Ha!) that gives them a shimmer when turned in the light. I placed single roses around the dress cascading to the back. The back of the corset is laced up with red cording, and as a final touch to the corset i placed a beautiful vintage baroque style brooch inset with a deep red gem and drops of pearls. 

For the wig, I styled it into a rose on top to get Belle’s half updo shape, but with a pretty twist on the classic look. The tiara was pieced together from gold metal pieces and set with pale gold crystals and pearls. I placed it into the wig along with additional pearls sprinkled throughout the hair. Finally, I placed red velvet roses to top off the style.

 

I’m very happy with how this all came together.  I felt beautiful wearing it and it may very well be my favorite costume to date!

Usually I don’t like to post pictures before the entire piece is done, but with this costume I had a lot of fun posting sneak preview pics as I went on my facebook art page J

Please follow me on dA and facebook! www.facebook.com/noblerose

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Belle - Shimmering Gold by For-He-who-is-grand
Belle - Shimmering Gold

Belle- premiered Sakura Con 2015.

Ahhh this year’s cosplay! So much to tell!

At first, i wasn't even planning on doing a Belle cosplay.  It all started when perusing through the fabric store and I spotted the most magical golden rose fabric! I instantly knew I needed to make a Belle right then out of this magnificent fabric. 

About the construction and design:
The two tones of silk gold fabrics you see on the corset started out as simple flat silk charmeuse that i hunted down that when you hold it to the skirt rose fabric is insanely identical. I had purchased an applique (which was later decided to be omitted from the final design) which had in it's center a beautiful diamond pattern. I decided i wanted the entire corset in this style. So i took these plain gold fabrics and pin-tucked the entire thing myself to get that 3d raised diamond pattern you see. I then painstakingly hand sewed on...one by one..360 gold pearls to the bodice-a pearl in every corner of each diamond. *Huff* There is a heavy duck cloth sandwiched in between the fancier outside fabric and the lining to give it a solid structure. The lining (not pictured) is a wonderful gold rose printed fabric left over from a renaissance costume made a lonngg time ago! It was a fun way to tie in my old costumes with my new, and it suited Belle perfectly. Yes, i  pay attention to ALL the details, including the inside of my costumes! The whole thing is steel boned. I have never sewn from scratch something i have steel boned myself,(Elsa was one i patterned from an already established steel bone base)  so that was this year's learning process, along with successfully making a sturdy strapless gown! Huzzah! Being larger busted, this is an accomplishment i'm really proud of. 

So I had my bodice fabric, and my main skirt fabric. However, I wanted to have Belle's signature gathered look as well, but i wanted to really still highlight my expensive gold rose skirt fabric and be able to see through to it.  I decided on a sheer gold sparkle organza to tie it together. The sparkle adds a little magic to it all i think.  I was very insistent that it be SPARKLE organza and not MIRROR organza...they have a different look. I sewed lines up the fabric and gathered it to get Belle's style. I used that same organza for the off shoulder sleeves and hand sewed it on to give it just the perfect drape with the sweetheart neckline of the bodice.

The idea to add a dash of red came from being inspired by Lillyxandra 's lacey Belle ( I am always so inspired by this costumer! She does amazing things!)  I loved that she had used clusters of red roses. I decided i wanted the red, but with a different shade. I used large rich dark burgundy velvet roses that i very lightly dusted with gold glitter (Use with caution! Ha!) that gives them a shimmer when turned in the light. I placed single roses around the dress cascading to the back. The back of the corset is laced up with red cording, and as a final touch to the corset i placed a beautiful vintage baroque style brooch inset with a deep red gem and drops of pearls. 

For the wig, I styled it into a rose on top to get Belle’s half updo shape, but with a pretty twist on the classic look. The tiara was pieced together from gold metal pieces and set with pale gold crystals and pearls. I placed it into the wig along with additional pearls sprinkled throughout the hair. Finally, I placed red velvet roses to top off the style.

 

I’m very happy with how this all came together.  I felt beautiful wearing it and it may very well be my favorite costume to date!

Usually I don’t like to post pictures before the entire piece is done, but with this costume I had a lot of fun posting sneak preview pics as I went on my facebook art page J

Please follow me on dA and facebook! www.facebook.com/noblerose

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Belle - Elegance by For-He-who-is-grand
Belle - Elegance

Belle- premiered Sakura Con 2015.

Ahhh this year’s cosplay! So much to tell!

At first, i wasn't even planning on doing a Belle cosplay.  It all started when perusing through the fabric store and I spotted the most magical golden rose fabric! I instantly knew I needed to make a Belle right then out of this magnificent fabric. 

About the construction and design:
The two tones of silk gold fabrics you see on the corset started out as simple flat silk charmeuse that i hunted down that when you hold it to the skirt rose fabric is insanely identical. I had purchased an applique (which was later decided to be omitted from the final design) which had in it's center a beautiful diamond pattern. I decided i wanted the entire corset in this style. So i took these plain gold fabrics and pin-tucked the entire thing myself to get that 3d raised diamond pattern you see. I then painstakingly hand sewed on...one by one..360 gold pearls to the bodice-a pearl in every corner of each diamond. *Huff* There is a heavy duck cloth sandwiched in between the fancier outside fabric and the lining to give it a solid structure. The lining (not pictured) is a wonderful gold rose printed fabric left over from a renaissance costume made a lonngg time ago! It was a fun way to tie in my old costumes with my new, and it suited Belle perfectly. Yes, i  pay attention to ALL the details, including the inside of my costumes! The whole thing is steel boned. I have never sewn from scratch something i have steel boned myself,(Elsa was one i patterned from an already established steel bone base)  so that was this year's learning process, along with successfully making a sturdy strapless gown! Huzzah! Being larger busted, this is an accomplishment i'm really proud of. 

So I had my bodice fabric, and my main skirt fabric. However, I wanted to have Belle's signature gathered look as well, but i wanted to really still highlight my expensive gold rose skirt fabric and be able to see through to it.  I decided on a sheer gold sparkle organza to tie it together. The sparkle adds a little magic to it all i think.  I was very insistent that it be SPARKLE organza and not MIRROR organza...they have a different look. I sewed lines up the fabric and gathered it to get Belle's style. I used that same organza for the off shoulder sleeves and hand sewed it on to give it just the perfect drape with the sweetheart neckline of the bodice.

The idea to add a dash of red came from being inspired by Lillyxandra 's lacey Belle ( I am always so inspired by this costumer! She does amazing things!)  I loved that she had used clusters of red roses. I decided i wanted the red, but with a different shade. I used large rich dark burgundy velvet roses that i very lightly dusted with gold glitter (Use with caution! Ha!) that gives them a shimmer when turned in the light. I placed single roses around the dress cascading to the back. The back of the corset is laced up with red cording, and as a final touch to the corset i placed a beautiful vintage baroque style brooch inset with a deep red gem and drops of pearls. 

For the wig, I styled it into a rose on top to get Belle’s half updo shape, but with a pretty twist on the classic look. The tiara was pieced together from gold metal pieces and set with pale gold crystals and pearls. I placed it into the wig along with additional pearls sprinkled throughout the hair. Finally, I placed red velvet roses to top off the style.

 

I’m very happy with how this all came together.  I felt beautiful wearing it and it may very well be my favorite costume to date!

Usually I don’t like to post pictures before the entire piece is done, but with this costume I had a lot of fun posting sneak preview pics as I went on my facebook art page J

Please follow me on dA and facebook! www.facebook.com/noblerose

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Belle - What's in the west wing? by For-He-who-is-grand
Belle - What's in the west wing?

Belle- premiered Sakura Con 2015.

Ahhh this year’s cosplay! So much to tell!

At first, i wasn't even planning on doing a Belle cosplay.  It all started when perusing through the fabric store and I spotted the most magical golden rose fabric! I instantly knew I needed to make a Belle right then out of this magnificent fabric. 

About the construction and design:
The two tones of silk gold fabrics you see on the corset started out as simple flat silk charmeuse that i hunted down that when you hold it to the skirt rose fabric is insanely identical. I had purchased an applique (which was later decided to be omitted from the final design) which had in it's center a beautiful diamond pattern. I decided i wanted the entire corset in this style. So i took these plain gold fabrics and pin-tucked the entire thing myself to get that 3d raised diamond pattern you see. I then painstakingly hand sewed on...one by one..360 gold pearls to the bodice-a pearl in every corner of each diamond. *Huff* There is a heavy duck cloth sandwiched in between the fancier outside fabric and the lining to give it a solid structure. The lining (not pictured) is a wonderful gold rose printed fabric left over from a renaissance costume made a lonngg time ago! It was a fun way to tie in my old costumes with my new, and it suited Belle perfectly. Yes, i  pay attention to ALL the details, including the inside of my costumes! The whole thing is steel boned. I have never sewn from scratch something i have steel boned myself,(Elsa was one i patterned from an already established steel bone base)  so that was this year's learning process, along with successfully making a sturdy strapless gown! Huzzah! Being larger busted, this is an accomplishment i'm really proud of. 

So I had my bodice fabric, and my main skirt fabric. However, I wanted to have Belle's signature gathered look as well, but i wanted to really still highlight my expensive gold rose skirt fabric and be able to see through to it.  I decided on a sheer gold sparkle organza to tie it together. The sparkle adds a little magic to it all i think.  I was very insistent that it be SPARKLE organza and not MIRROR organza...they have a different look. I sewed lines up the fabric and gathered it to get Belle's style. I used that same organza for the off shoulder sleeves and hand sewed it on to give it just the perfect drape with the sweetheart neckline of the bodice.

The idea to add a dash of red came from being inspired by Lillyxandra 's lacey Belle ( I am always so inspired by this costumer! She does amazing things!)  I loved that she had used clusters of red roses. I decided i wanted the red, but with a different shade. I used large rich dark burgundy velvet roses that i very lightly dusted with gold glitter (Use with caution! Ha!) that gives them a shimmer when turned in the light. I placed single roses around the dress cascading to the back. The back of the corset is laced up with red cording, and as a final touch to the corset i placed a beautiful vintage baroque style brooch inset with a deep red gem and drops of pearls. 

For the wig, I styled it into a rose on top to get Belle’s half updo shape, but with a pretty twist on the classic look. The tiara was pieced together from gold metal pieces and set with pale gold crystals and pearls. I placed it into the wig along with additional pearls sprinkled throughout the hair. Finally, I placed red velvet roses to top off the style.

 

I’m very happy with how this all came together.  I felt beautiful wearing it and it may very well be my favorite costume to date!

Usually I don’t like to post pictures before the entire piece is done, but with this costume I had a lot of fun posting sneak preview pics as I went on my facebook art page J

Please follow me on dA and facebook! www.facebook.com/noblerose

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Belle - Gilded by For-He-who-is-grand
Belle - Gilded

Belle- premiered Sakura Con 2015.

Ahhh this year’s cosplay! So much to tell!

At first, i wasn't even planning on doing a Belle cosplay.  It all started when perusing through the fabric store and I spotted the most magical golden rose fabric! I instantly knew I needed to make a Belle right then out of this magnificent fabric. 

About the construction and design:
The two tones of silk gold fabrics you see on the corset started out as simple flat silk charmeuse that i hunted down that when you hold it to the skirt rose fabric is insanely identical. I had purchased an applique (which was later decided to be omitted from the final design) which had in it's center a beautiful diamond pattern. I decided i wanted the entire corset in this style. So i took these plain gold fabrics and pin-tucked the entire thing myself to get that 3d raised diamond pattern you see. I then painstakingly hand sewed on...one by one..360 gold pearls to the bodice-a pearl in every corner of each diamond. *Huff* There is a heavy duck cloth sandwiched in between the fancier outside fabric and the lining to give it a solid structure. The lining (not pictured) is a wonderful gold rose printed fabric left over from a renaissance costume made a lonngg time ago! It was a fun way to tie in my old costumes with my new, and it suited Belle perfectly. Yes, i  pay attention to ALL the details, including the inside of my costumes! The whole thing is steel boned. I have never sewn from scratch something i have steel boned myself,(Elsa was one i patterned from an already established steel bone base)  so that was this year's learning process, along with successfully making a sturdy strapless gown! Huzzah! Being larger busted, this is an accomplishment i'm really proud of. 

So I had my bodice fabric, and my main skirt fabric. However, I wanted to have Belle's signature gathered look as well, but i wanted to really still highlight my expensive gold rose skirt fabric and be able to see through to it.  I decided on a sheer gold sparkle organza to tie it together. The sparkle adds a little magic to it all i think.  I was very insistent that it be SPARKLE organza and not MIRROR organza...they have a different look. I sewed lines up the fabric and gathered it to get Belle's style. I used that same organza for the off shoulder sleeves and hand sewed it on to give it just the perfect drape with the sweetheart neckline of the bodice.

The idea to add a dash of red came from being inspired by Lillyxandra 's lacey Belle ( I am always so inspired by this costumer! She does amazing things!)  I loved that she had used clusters of red roses. I decided i wanted the red, but with a different shade. I used large rich dark burgundy velvet roses that i very lightly dusted with gold glitter (Use with caution! Ha!) that gives them a shimmer when turned in the light. I placed single roses around the dress cascading to the back. The back of the corset is laced up with red cording, and as a final touch to the corset i placed a beautiful vintage baroque style brooch inset with a deep red gem and drops of pearls. 

For the wig, I styled it into a rose on top to get Belle’s half updo shape, but with a pretty twist on the classic look. The tiara was pieced together from gold metal pieces and set with pale gold crystals and pearls. I placed it into the wig along with additional pearls sprinkled throughout the hair. Finally, I placed red velvet roses to top off the style.

I’m very happy with how this all came together.  I felt beautiful wearing it and it may very well be my favorite costume to date!

Usually I don’t like to post pictures before the entire piece is done, but with this costume I had a lot of fun posting sneak preview pics as I went on my facebook art page J

Please follow me on dA and facebook! www.facebook.com/noblerose

Thanks!

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For-He-who-is-grand
Heather Miller
Artist
United States
Current Residence: Washington
Favourite genre of music: Jpop, new age, instrumental, rock, pop
Favourite style of art: Anime/Manga
Operating System: God
MP3 player of choice: ipod
Favourite cartoon character: Sebastian Michaelis, Alucard, Sailor Moon
Interests

All sorts of mixed up things

Journal Entry: Mon Apr 7, 2014, 1:12 AM


Once again it has been quite some time since my last journal. To that i say meh. X)

Sakura Con is coming up, so as i usually try to write for that, i figured i needed to update on other things. 

I don't think i've written on this yet, but i got a job at a Library back in mid Winter. I actually started the job the day after my unemployment ended, so i felt very blessed in that. The Library is beautiful and it's a privilege to work there. The people are very nice and i find myself with a smile at work more often than not. I really appreciate this job compared to my last job at Google. It's nice to be helping people in a positive, educational and entertaining environment rather than making bucks for some person who already has too much of it, you know? It's also WAY less commute for me which is fantastic too. It's part time which gives me extra time to work on other things, business and otherwise. Ideally, this would be an excellent set up if i could achieve my dream of being published. Between the stability of this job, plus extra income from that and having the time to do it, I would be one happy Heather.

Other things...I've been contemplating some...past patterns. This is rather complicated so i won't go into it, just know God is working with me to get through some issues (with myself and others) i'm trying to learn to handle in a better way. It's all rather confusing and frustrating but i'm confident i will be better and happier by the end of it. To give you and example (one that a friend told me some time ago) it's like the refining of gold. You boil it, and the impurities float to the top. You scrape off those impurities and repeat, until you have solid gold. 

I had planned this spring to go to Japan (this week actually) but unfortunately it didn't work out for this year.  Since i'm still a newbie at my new job, i didn't think it would be the best idea to ask for 2 weeks off this early on (even though i'm pretty sure i could have gotten it, it's just not professional.) Also, i didn't do a very good job of planning, and certain circumstances made me miss the major price drop in airfare back in Autumn. Despite this, i'm planning to try again for next spring, 2015. The idea is to see Tokyo for a few days, then ride a train to Kyoto and stay there for a good part of the time. Cherry blossom viewing is a definite, along with the gardens, temples, hot springs, with some other exciting things as well. I'm still trying to determine if i want to do Japan by myself or with a companion. While i've traveled quite a bit in the past, it's basically thanks to my mother who graciously gave me an upbringing full of it. I've never traveled 100% by myself internationally, so it's a little intimidating! I'm still determined though!

As i won't be going to many conventions next Spring since the cherry blossoms in Japan will most likely overlap major convention dates where i live, it seems like this year has been filled to THE BRIM with them!! By a fluke, i ended up going to Emerald City Comicon this year for the first time ever. I've never even been to a regular American comic convention despite all these conventions i've been too! So about ECCC. It is. The biggest. Most intimidating con. I have ever been to. 

Seriously. 

Despite having a 3 day pass, i only ended up going on the Saturday, as i worked the day before, and was just WAY too overwhelmed to go the next day (and i was too lazy to drive my butt down to Seattle again.) Why was it so intimidating you ask? I think the biggest thing is just the sheer size of it. It filled every nook and cranny of the convention center. Plus the connecting building across the street. PLUS parts of the connecting Sheraton hotel. It was nuts. The exhibitors hall was 4x larger than Sakura cons. The people selling weren't just plushy and figure mongers. They were the actual artists and high up people representing their respective companies. And while we're on the subject of high up...the displays were ENORMOUS. Straight to the top of the ceiling. I'm not joking. Larger than billboard size graphics for these things. These companies want to be noticed, and if they want to be, they've got to try this hard, because your attention is everywhere and nowhere with everything going on around you. I've decided that ECCC is where the big boys play...definitely THE place to keep on my radar for comic employer hunting. When i go some time in the future for whatever reason, I won't be cosplaying most likely ( I was perusing the halls as Bee from Bee and Puppycat.) I was very fortunate enough to have met the vice president of Dark Horse comics while I was there after a panel on jobs in the industry. He was kind enough to take a look at my manga portfolio. I'm still having a hard time remembering everything he said (It happens when i get overwhelmed once in a great while) but he looked very contemplative while looking at my work. To summarize, he basically gave me the thumbs up on my work and to keep going. Immediately after i spoke to a local indie comics guy who said my work was dynamic. Overall a positive experience with some advice on things I (once again) already know i need to work on. :) The thing i appreciated most about ECCC was the reason i went: The panels for serious comic creators. Sakura con and all the other cons i've been too just don't offer this. After ECCC, Sakura con is a sinch! HA!

In other con news, i'm planning on going for a day to Everfree NW this Summer. Yes, i said last year that i wasn't going to go unless i was selling, but a good friend of mine is VERY excited to go (her first real con) and cons are always more fun with friends, so i figure hey, best friend time plus some ponies thrown in sounds like a good time to me ^_^ I'm thinking of adding/changing up some parts to my Cinderella cosplay and using it for a Celestia outfit. 

Sakura con is in less than two weeks and my brand new sparkling cosplay is at about the 90 to 95% mark completion. I'll be premiering my Elsa from Frozen shortly. (I'm so behind in cosplay photos, i'm sorry guys.) I still gotta get decent photos of Cinderella, Fluttershy, and now Elsa! Calling all photographer friends! ;D 

In other news, the Library has asked me to be a guest panelist for a Cosplay panel as part of their Free Comic Book Day event in May.  I'll also be helping out for the Mini Con later in the year. I'm excited to share my some of my cosplay loves and tips! 

See you all in the upcoming waves of glitter! 

  • Mood: Spring Fever
  • Listening to: birds chirp
  • Reading: Girl Genius
  • Watching: Whisper of the Heart
  • Playing: in flowers
  • Eating: Dole Whip, Cadburry eggs
  • Drinking: Green Tea

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:iconpinkieisexcitedplz::iconsaysplz: Happy Birthday!:iconpinkiepiecakeplz:
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For-He-who-is-grand Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015
Thank you!
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:iconpinkiehappyplz::iconsaysplz:Weeee! Today's the day, everypony!
:icontwilightderpplz::iconsaysplz:Pinkie, do we have to teleport in like that every time?
:iconpinkiecuteplz::iconsaysplz:Of course, silly! Else it wouldn't be a proper birthday greeting!
:iconisaypinkieplz::iconsaysplz:Ahem...
:iconpinkiepiesmileplz::iconsaysplz:Happy birthday!
:iconapplejackplz::iconsaysplz:And it wouldn't be a proper birthday if Ah didn't bring y'all an apple pie, baked by yours truly!:iconapplepieplz:
:iconrarityiscuteplz::iconsaysplz:Let us all give you our best wishes on this occasion and wish you a wonderful year!
:iconflutter-shyplz::iconsaysplz:I hope that you will not run into any trouble this year and that everything will be as good as it can possibly be.
:icondashissuperhappyplz::iconsaysplz:Don't forget that you're awesome! And that we're all your friends! Keep on rockin'!
:icontwilightliciousplz::iconsaysplz:Always keep the magic of friendship within you. May it bring you as much joy as it brings us!
:iconadorablespikeplz::iconsaysplz:And don't ever feel like you're useless or unworthy! Only you have what it takes to live your life, so don't let anyone or anything else get you down!
:iconbrilliantpinkieplz::iconsaysplz:And of course, don't forget to have fun while at it! And speaking of fun...
:iconpinkiebrilliantplz::iconsaysplz:It's time to party!:iconpinkiepartyplz:
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For-He-who-is-grand Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015
Aww, this really made me smile on my birthday! Thanks so much!!
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Hi


You have been Hugged *Hug* Spread the DA love around! (you can copy and paste this message on their user page!)


RULES:
1- You can hug the PERSON who hugged you!
2- You -MUST- hug 10 other people, at least!
3- You should hug them IN PUBLIC! Paste it on their page!
4- Random hugs are perfectly okay! (and sweet)
5- You should most definitely GET STARTED hugging right away
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For-He-who-is-grand Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2014
Aww, this is very sweet. As a rule, i don't do chain mail/postings, but i don't remind returning the hug :) *hugs* :hug:
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I miss YOU!!!!
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Dawwww i miss you too :glomp:
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:iconpinkieisexcitedplz::iconsaysplz: Happy Birthday!:iconpinkiepiecakeplz:
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