I’ve been plotting this for a month or so now but I’ve decided to hold another faceup give away since it’s been almost half a year since my last giveaway and I’ve hit 600 (!) followers <3
So this is what’s included:
♥ A faceup (Worth $60) by yours truely.
♥ Free removal of old faceup if needed ($10 value)
♥ Free lashes application, lashes either supplied by me or you (upto $6 value)
♥ $10 off return shipping (which covers basic airmail to canada/us) is included!
So all together that’s worth $86 USD!
Now the Rules:
* The Giveaway will run from April 23rd 2013 to May 31st 2013 at 9pm CST
* You must be following Micaeverywhere for your entries to count.
* Both likes and reblogs count as entries.
* Please don’t enter if you don’t have a doll to paint, that kinda defeats the purpose.
* You have to pay shipping to here and anything over the $10 discount for return shipping.
* Please know that complete re-dos are not included in the prize, if you want something completely wiped and changed it is an extra $30. But as I have never ever had to do that I don’t think it’s a big worry.
* I’ll be choosing the winner via http://www.random.org/.
*I think it’s kinda obvious, but this is for BJD dolls only. I can probably do things like Pullips/Blythes but I don’t have a lot of experience with them.
* If you need to contact me further, my email is Leen.Johnston(at)Gmail(dot)com.
Reblogging in hopes that maybe Taizo can finally get a new face-up. : )
Recently, I have been working with WWII reenactors in my area on a short WWII film. I just got around to posting the production stills from Day #1 on set, so please check them out! I will post some of my favorite single images here too.
Don’t forget to reblog, share, and like with your friends! Thanks! :)
LIFE photographer Ralph Morse at Allied headquarters in Reims, France, seated in the chair used by Gen. Dwight Eisenhower when Ike announced Germany’s unconditional surrender, May 7, 1945.
See more photos here.
(Ralph Morse—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
Cheers to one of my favorite photojournalists, Ralph Morse.