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Current Elliot Women's 'The Bush Pant' Jeans

Current Elliot Women's 'The Bush Pant' Jeans

These are the perfect casual style. I would wear these with flats or heels! Wold suite any style and any woman!!!

  • Harvey Gallery Butterfly Bush Wall Sculpture on Ownza

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  • Stunning displayed in a vase, and equally impressive intermixed among a bookshelf of found objects, this coral scultpure easily adapts to a variety of décor settings.

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  • Saraswati, “the flowing one”, was an ancient goddess of the Saraswati (Sarasvati) River, a river sacred to the ancient Aryans. She embodies many qualities: she suggests the sacredness of rivers or of water in general she is said t... Saraswati, “the flowing one”, was an ancient goddess of the Saraswati (Sarasvati) River, a river sacred to the ancient Aryans. She embodies many qualities: she suggests the sacredness of rivers or of water in general she is said to bestow fertility and riches, for her waters enrich the land so it can produce like clear water, she represents purity Saraswati is associated with sound;as Vak she is the goddess of river-like streaming speech she is the goddess of learning she is patroness of the arts she is the mythological inventor of Sanskrit she is the consort of Brahma I made this Shrine for one of my dear friends, and longest repeat customer Mary. ♥ ♥ I decided to make these adorable statues using crystals herbs, resins, oils and an old porcelain tea set I had. This tea set has been sitting for years just collecting dust so I decided to give them a purpose. This Teacup and Saucer is from the 1930's - 1940s and made in China with dainty flowers, and gold leaf. These China tea cups and saucers are pretty expensive for just 1 set and are prized collectibles! I have had them in my own personal collection for 10+ years. ♥ The inside and around the base is adorn with the corresponding stones to best suit Saraswati and her Mystical powers. Stones of Iceland Spar, Blue Onyx, and Fluorite was used. It also contains Dried Lilac Flowers from my bush to bring peace to the home, and keep calm energies within. Also adorn with the herb of Jasmine for love, and to increase the energies of the stones used. ♥ This Shrine has also been infused with my Five Waters Peace Water to increase the peaceful energy, and work with Saraswati's Water Element. Everything is permanently attached together including the teacup to the saucer, and sealed. ♥ FYI! ♥ Shipping is Based off like Products sold and shipped. Over payment in shipping of 1.00 or more is always refunded to the buyer! ♥ INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE READ! Shipping cost has been calculated and does include insurance. I am sorry it is so high but that is the going rate of international post. I do refund anything that is left over from shipping that is in excess of 1.00 or more. As with any spell work, it is your Intention, Energy, Belief, and Focus that sparkles the final outcome of your magic. Blessed Be Find more whimsical gifts listed at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/leighswiccanboutique?section_id=6978564

  • What a great gift idea for a few of my buddies.

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  • so cute, when not in use these four cups stacked actually make a sweet little sculpture. Made of ceramic, you can get the set with either a blue or a pink bird. Pre-order now.

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  • Holds and stores 6 toilet paper rolls on a wall-mountable wire frame. Only $28 USD and will certainly have people talking (and maybe even praying).

  • Talk about functional and yet fun! What a great way to spruce up your garden, yard or walkway!

  • Want a christmas tree without the guilt? Try this Chanukah Bush from J. Levine. for 100$ you can hang as many ornaments as you want and still be 'jewish'.

  • Get your own one-of-a-kind, planet-embracing creation through Lauren Bush's latest collaboration with both Barney's and a group of artisans in the Democratic Republic of Congo. You pick a silhouette and they make the garment of y... Get your own one-of-a-kind, planet-embracing creation through Lauren Bush's latest collaboration with both Barney's and a group of artisans in the Democratic Republic of Congo. You pick a silhouette and they make the garment of your choice in a bihusa-dyed fabric of your choice. Oh, and your name gets sewn right into the garment. This one-of-a-kind piece will be something you will treasure forever, perhaps even handing down for the most fashionable kind of recycling.

  • Grow your own little piece of paradise with the brand new Bonsai Village. Plants in the Bonsai Village start sprouting in less than a week and live for years! This exciting dome terrarium contains five kinds of trees and shrubs... Grow your own little piece of paradise with the brand new Bonsai Village. Plants in the Bonsai Village start sprouting in less than a week and live for years! This exciting dome terrarium contains five kinds of trees and shrubs-Elm, Lilac, Pea Shrub, Beauty Bush, and Butterfly Bush-enough variety that the basic techniques of bonsai can be learned. Complete your serene landscape with thoughtfully-placed boulders, a Buddha statue, bonsai decals and plant stakes, and natural gravel.

  • Custom-designed by J.Crew's in-house artists with handwritten Creole phrases, this little tee has a big conscience: 100 percent of the profits from its sale will be donated to the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, which is raising funds fo... Custom-designed by J.Crew's in-house artists with handwritten Creole phrases, this little tee has a big conscience: 100 percent of the profits from its sale will be donated to the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, which is raising funds for immediate, high-impact relief and long-term recovery efforts to help those in Haiti who are most in need of assistance.

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  • Heavy and right next to a porch I can imagine this rose right in front of a house. Sitting on the porch the scent would wafer up.

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  • These are great stackable cups. On their own they look incredibly cute, but together they become a nice decor for the kitchen

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  • Why get a Christmas tree when everyone would enjoy the decoration of the wine tree so much more? This wine holder comes in three variations, a wine bush, wine tree, and wine sequoia for all your drinking needs

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  • Cute KANGAROO Bush Babies with their attached soap named SCALLYWAG SOAP are the perfect gift for busy little kids! The australian handmade soap is a naturally fragrance free soap containing only rainwater and saponified oils from ... Cute KANGAROO Bush Babies with their attached soap named SCALLYWAG SOAP are the perfect gift for busy little kids! The australian handmade soap is a naturally fragrance free soap containing only rainwater and saponified oils from olive and coconut. And, most important, it comes with a cute cuddly cotton toy - just good clean fun gifts for kids! The ‘Baby' KANGAROO is made in Aboriginal Dot design and corduroy. They are about 20 cm tall.

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  • I first came across this product when hiking with a group of my friends. We were walking through a rocky area where there were no trees or even a small bush in site. When suddenly I had to pee. A friend of mine handed me one of th... I first came across this product when hiking with a group of my friends. We were walking through a rocky area where there were no trees or even a small bush in site. When suddenly I had to pee. A friend of mine handed me one of these funnels and showed me how to use it. All I had to do was take a few steps away from the crowd, turn my back and "pee like a man" We were all laughing so hard I almost made a mess on myself but was able to finish without even drop on my leg. I felt so relieved! Not only because I just peed but also because I discovered a product so that I will never have to squat again when nature calls. Highly recommended for any lady hiker.

  • After releasing one of the best-reviewed albums of 2009, Animal Collective followed ten months later with one of the best EPs of the year, Fall Be Kind. An easily digestible slice of the band at their best, the five-tracker amplif... After releasing one of the best-reviewed albums of 2009, Animal Collective followed ten months later with one of the best EPs of the year, Fall Be Kind. An easily digestible slice of the band at their best, the five-tracker amplifies the circular harmonies of Merriweather Post Pavilion, but substitutes a slightly more laid-back feel compared to the dense, frenzied sound of Merriweather. The opener "Graze" begins with atmospherics and tremulous lyrics, but soon explodes with the same fervor and energy of past AC classics. The second track, "What Would I Want? Sky," deserves its place with Animal Collective's best, led by a Grateful Dead sample and including several distinct parts that form close to seven minutes of overlapping harmonies, wheezing and clanking found sounds, and ambient drone. ~ John Bush, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • While critics found it easy to lump Animal Collective in with the freak folk scene after the strumming madness of Sung Tongs, Feels may cause them to revise their opinions -- slightly. First, this is more of a rock record, especia... While critics found it easy to lump Animal Collective in with the freak folk scene after the strumming madness of Sung Tongs, Feels may cause them to revise their opinions -- slightly. First, this is more of a rock record, especially early on; the frequent cymbal crashes and pounding drums leave little doubt. Second, Feels has less of the aimless meandering of many artists in the freak folk scene. AC can, and do, explode at any second, and their whirl of musical ideas -- mostly naturalistic, such as intricate vocalizing or tribal drumming -- can become dizzying, but gleefully so, not in a disorienting way. (Imagine Fiery Furnaces condensing an entire album down to three minutes and you'll begin to understand the sound of the second song, "Grass.") So, while the folk tag has become less of an issue, freak still applies with no doubt. A core strength of the group is its ability to sound invigorated and bracing when exploring territory often surveyed in the past. Rock music can be a constraining form, especially at this late date, but the group sounds freer than ever before, almost as though they've never bothered with rock in their lives, and have only happened upon a bare few LPs before beginning their recording career. (If so, one of those would have been by Mercury Rev, although Animal Collective are much less patient in building to a climax -- "The Purple Bottle" has at least a dozen of them.) As on Sung Tongs, the first half is active, direct, and punchy -- nearly overloaded with production and ideas -- while the second half explores quiet, abstract moods, often with only a few tremulous vocals accompanied by autoharp. ~ John Bush, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Animal Collective have brought the celestial down to earth with each record, but they've never sounded simultaneously otherworldly and approachable quite like they do on Merriweather Post Pavilion. Their eighth studio LP, it finds... Animal Collective have brought the celestial down to earth with each record, but they've never sounded simultaneously otherworldly and approachable quite like they do on Merriweather Post Pavilion. Their eighth studio LP, it finds them at their best -- straining farther away from conventional song structure and accompaniment, even while doubling back to reach lyrical themes and modes of singing at their most basic or child-like. Where before AC expertly inserted experimental snippets into relatively straight-ahead songs, Merriweather Post Pavilion sees them reach some kind of denouement where pop music ends and pure sonic experience begins -- the sound is the only structure. Dismantling the framework of a pop song almost entirely (but using recurring passages in a very poppy way), the group offer a series of overlapping circular elements, all of which occasionally come together for a chorus but then break apart just as quickly. The music itself, at least what's describable about it, consists of deep bass pulses and art-damaged guitars with overlapping vocal harmonies that rise in a holy chorus. This may sound much like previous Animal Collective highlights, but where those records seemed like a series of accidental masterpieces -- the type of work that sounds brilliant only because it's been culled from hundreds of hours of tape -- Merriweather Post Pavilion is a perfectly organized record, not a note out of place, not a second wasted. It has the excitement and energy of Sung Tongs, the ragged sonic glory of Feels, and Strawberry Jam's ability to make separate parts come together in a glorious whole. Like the best experimental rockers surging toward nirvana -- from the Beach Boys to Mercury Rev -- Animal Collective have not only created a private soundworld like none other, they've also made it an inviting place to visit. ~ John Bush, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Sweet little Koala, oder? Er sitzt und hält eine Seife in den Armen und sieht dabei einfach süss aus! Er kommt aus Australien, besser gesagt West-Australien. Kinder und jung gebliebe werden in lieb haben! The THURLBY Bush Babie... Sweet little Koala, oder? Er sitzt und hält eine Seife in den Armen und sieht dabei einfach süss aus! Er kommt aus Australien, besser gesagt West-Australien. Kinder und jung gebliebe werden in lieb haben! The THURLBY Bush Babies with their attached soap are the perfect gift for busy little kids! The naturally fragrance free soap comes with a cute cuddly cotton toy - just good clean fun! The cute ‘Baby' Koala is made in Aboriginal Dot design and corduroy. Origin Australia

  • At first glance I thought "The Limits of Control" to be in homage of Jean-Pierre Melville's "Le Samourai", but then it is also possibly a art house re-imagining of James Bond seen through a post modern lends. Still, in a more subt... At first glance I thought "The Limits of Control" to be in homage of Jean-Pierre Melville's "Le Samourai", but then it is also possibly a art house re-imagining of James Bond seen through a post modern lends. Still, in a more subtle way "The Limits of Control" might be a tripped out political journey nodding and winking to films like Michelangelo Antonioni's Zabriskie Point, but this time under the influence of a Bush administration hangover. Or is it a sly satire on Manga? Remote Viewing? Or all of the above? Whatever it is about, Jim Jarmusch did make sure to fill the screen with many of my favorite actors, including an irresistible Paz de la Huerta (as Nude), whose character seems to be drawn from Dorothy Parker's famous quote; "Men seldom make passes at girls who wear glasses." Oh, and the soundtrack is magnetic, featuring Carmen Linares, Boris, Sunn O))), The Black Angels, Ensemble Villa Musica, Michio Kurihara, LCD Soundsystem and Manuel el Sevillano.

  • Time to treat your body, face and hair to a sun-kissed Australian beach holiday with the Lucy B Frangipani Bronzing Shimmer Oil! Made with organic coconut, jojoba & sunflower oils for ultra skin hydration and infused with signatur... Time to treat your body, face and hair to a sun-kissed Australian beach holiday with the Lucy B Frangipani Bronzing Shimmer Oil! Made with organic coconut, jojoba & sunflower oils for ultra skin hydration and infused with signature Australian Bush Flower Essences, this shimmer oil is great for achieving a gorgeous, subtle glow all over your body, on décolletage, scrunched into hair – anywhere you want to add moisture and shine. Rather than create a full-on bronze goddess look, it's beautifully light in finish to give your skin a soft sheen. All the color & shimmer comes from mica & minerals to give your skin a beautiful, healthy radiance. The scent, consisting of franjipani & coconut, transports me sweetly & deliciously to a tropical island, without being overwhelming... YUM! Writer :: Emma Pezzack (organicglamazon) - www.futurenatural.com: the best organic beauty products in the world.

  • This is my FAV football team.Your pooch can be a cheerleader in this jersey.

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  • How about a few of these (6) for outside your bedroom window. How deep is the ground there? could you anchor them?

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  • I love these little chairs, very original, possible to have in a variety of styles even with a a Japanese block print style. Decided to pick the Australian bush inspired one... too cool.

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  • Chris Ryniak is one of the reigning talents in the lowbrow/pop surrealism art scene, and this latest collection of his work seals the deal. A nearly complete collection of every painting and sculpture he created between 2006 a... Chris Ryniak is one of the reigning talents in the lowbrow/pop surrealism art scene, and this latest collection of his work seals the deal. A nearly complete collection of every painting and sculpture he created between 2006 and 2009, "Shadows In The Periphery" also includes several pages in the back that give a glimpse of the creation process...reference drawings, sketches, photos of sculpts and paintings in their earliest stages, and even pictures of his studio and workspace. Foil-stamped hardcover, 70+ pages filled with over 60 images including paintings, sculpture, toys, process and inspiration PLUS a forward by Mr. Jeff Soto. This book is a must-have for anyone who loves art, monsters, or the idea that something interesting might be hiding in that bush...

  • I discovered the Ecover line as a student studying abroad in New Zealand. Their Ecological Stain Remover became my weapon of choice against mud, grass, lentil, tree sap, and even blood stains on my clothes and gear after every tr... I discovered the Ecover line as a student studying abroad in New Zealand. Their Ecological Stain Remover became my weapon of choice against mud, grass, lentil, tree sap, and even blood stains on my clothes and gear after every tramp through the NZ bush. I brought a bottle back to the U.S. with me and rationed it on my most beloved items (safe on cotton and most synthetics; I've used it on some wool, but not before spot-testing) and for the most ominous stains. This is indeed a stain remover—not just a pre-treatment against setting stains. Spots vanish beneath the fluffy suds, and yet it's so gentle that I can go ahead and rewear an item before putting it through the wash to rinse away that patch of hardened residue left by some sprays and gels. It truly works wonders.

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