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what a beauty.. playing with colours




and so delicate isn't it.. this ebru art i see also in books. like it so much, how they do it?



are these really osman dress code huh?? out of the topic but saw it on the same site where ebru



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Originally posted by schwester schwester wrote:

what a beauty.. playing with colours




and so delicate isn't it.. this ebru art i see also in books. like it so much, how they do it?



are these really osman dress code huh?? out of the topic but saw it on the same site where ebru

Thank you very much for your concern,it tells how can be done and they are all mad eon papers i do not think that they will be used on these clothes,i should ask to Benetton or Tiffany...take care...

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oh no please do not ask to Tiffany nor to Benetton! i beg, ask adidas. man, what you talking abaht? i just asked if girls in osmanic times really weared like thses, without headscarf?

and why quote? just wondering..
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