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A real hands on craft! Alginate/plaster of paris sculptures.

A real hands on craft! Alginate/plaster of paris sculptures. | Mom Spark™ - I had my kids' praying hands cast like this professionally, but this tutorial makes it look fairly easy. Note - a manicure is recommended before casting as hangnail, etc. detail will show.

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Just a selection of the many apparitions of Mother Mary -1531, Guadalupe, Mexico;1830, Paris, France 1846, La Salette, France;1871, Pontmain, France - Mary appeared on a farm to Eugene & Joseph Barbadette, Francoise Richer & Jeanne-Marie Lebosse; 1879, Knock, Ireland;1917, Fatima, Portugal;1932-33, Beauraing, Belgium—Mary is believed to have come 33 times to the playground of a convent school to five children; 1933, Banneux, Belgium.

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.Let us Pray for the People in Paris. O Lord you are a mighty God. Will you please stop this. Let us live in peace.

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Meet the Chic French Visionary Behind Ladurée

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FOLLOWERS IN FRANCE: I'm praying for you all. Today...and probably the next few weeks are going to be hard. I know you all can get through this. You're strong, and I know you can overcome this. I'm sorry that you're hurting...and I wish I could somehow send a whole bunch of love and puppies to you. If you need anyone to message, I'm here. Hang in there, guys. /:) You are loved, and soon, this hell will come to an end. Until then, keep being strong for us.❤️

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Bonjour Team France!

Post your Prayer Requests on #Instapray. Pray with the whole world ----> www.instapray.com

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Beige: The five letter word I learned to love

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The 20 Best Free Things To Do In Paris

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Notre Dame, Paris. I love this cathedral. It's so peaceful and quiet. I love to just gaze at the architecture and the art and pray.

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