Re: Bridal hands

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Posted by Nadia on August 26, 2002 at 13:33:53:

In reply to: Bridal hands posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on August 26, 2002 at 12:58:31:

So absolutly beautiful!
Did you use a carrot bag?
I've not tried one yet, I'm kinda scared of it for some reason. I
know I'd get finer lines, but it seems like it would be harder to
control than a jaq bottle. I'll muster up the courage soon. This
Sat. I'm setting up at a Middle Eastern dance party. I hope it goes

: The sweetest couple came up for bridal hands last week. She was a
: DREAM to work on, sitting perfectly still, and her hands were
: alabaster. So many times I wonder if a bridal design came out
well or
: not ... and these folks were thoughtful enough to send me
: These patterns are adapted from Hennaia, Traditional Iranian Henna
: Art. That book is fast becoming the favorite with brides and women
: who want something beautiful and intricate!
: The henna is Jamila, mixed with lemon juice, terped with cajeput
: cardamon. No seal, no wrap, no nothing. Just a hot humid day.


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