Woodland Finds

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Sunnyvale, Auckland, New Zealand//Baguio, Benguet, Philippines / Woodland Finds is a line of handcrafted jewellery and wall decor made from local foraged flora entwined with metal, stone and /or glass. These are our visual m
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Lady of the Winter Wood

not all witches look like fashion models.but this is another great inspiration for a festival or ritual crown

evergreen wreath simply adorned with antlers and pinecones

۞ Welcoming Wreaths ۞ DIY home decor wreath ideas - evergreen wreath simply adorned with antlers and pinecones

Minimalist wreath ideas | Treasures & Travels

Skip the size constraints of a wreath form, and tie evergreen branches together with wire to create a piece that's nearly larger than life. Get the tutorial at Treasures & Travels

Lingling-o: The lingling-o is an amulet found throughout the Philippines and Southeast Asia both in modern and ancient times. The exact meaning of the lingling-o is a matter of debate. Various explanations are brought forth including use as good luck and/or fertility charm or as a partial residence for anitos (ancestral spirits).

Lingling-o: The lingling-o is an amulet found throughout the Philippines and Southeast Asia both in modern and ancient times. The exact meaning of the lingling-o is a matter of debate. Various explanations are brought forth including use as good luck and/or fertility charm or as a partial residence for anitos (ancestral spirits).

Philippines | A Kalinga man adorned in elaborate fabric, necklaces and ear disks. Luzon Island. ca. 1910s | ©Charles Martin

A Kalinga man adorned in elaborate fabric, necklaces and ear disks (National Geographic Vintage)

A Tattoed Ifugao of Kababuyan District  The following conventional tattoo patterns may be distinguished. The dog, eagle, centipede (running up from each breast), scorpions, lightning (zigzag), shield.  "Ifugao Law" American Archaeology and Ethnology, Vol.15, No.1 by R.F. Barton 1919 University of California   =Gabriela=

A Tattoed Ifugao of Kababuyan District The following conventional tattoo patterns may be distinguished. The dog, eagle, centipede (running up from each breast), scorpions, lightning (zigzag), shield. "Ifugao Law" American Archaeology and Ethnology, Vol.15, No.1 by R.F. Barton 1919 University of California =Gabriela=