My new biz Ember Heart!

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I have a new laptop! (Rest in peace my lil’ old one) Thank you Rick! And now my new biz! I have been rolling along already but now it’s taking off like a cloud of butterflies! Come visit anytime. I ship worldwide and hand-make all the blends, each are unique- you won’t find them anywhere else.
Malan Breton on the red carpet in an Ember Heart Pendant
Designer Malan Breton in an Ember Heart pendant.
The gemstone pendant is part of the Fashion Scents Gift set found here!
Malan has been such a great supportive person through all ups and downs of the world if you have never seen his lovely designs and craveable handbags you should!

Check out all of Ember Heart’s Custom Blends
Malanscents, Malan Breton
Forest Fairy, Wendy and Brian Froud
jolie Miraval!, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
Maysong, Aaron May

THANK YOU to Blogging Project Runway for being my first big website supporter and running my little ad šŸ™‚ Wonderful site, wonderful people!

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Film, QuinceaƱera

q5sml.jpgJust wanted to remind everybody about a great film,QuinceaƱera, check it out some weekend and maybe have a Prom Themed Movie Weekend with friends. You could even show these films at an After-Party.

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    Review from Amazon.com
    A Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize-winner, QuinceaƱera is a small film with a big heart.
    The plot unfolds at the leisurely pace of life itself, yet there’s not a wasted moment in the script. The story follows the travails of young Magdalena (Emily Rios), a teen in the Mexican-American, but gentrifying, Los Angeles neighborhood of Echo Park.
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  • The Heart Symbol

    heart.gifYou cannot deny the influence of romance on Proms and Formal Events. People sometimes fall in love at these events and the feeling of affection is almost everywhere you look as people dance and talk. A popular symbol used in decorating these is the Heart symbol. Usually red, it does appear in other colors. Since it looks nothing like the human heart have you ever wondered where it came from? What is it? The answer is that it’s still a mystery to the world.

    Some have said it looks like the heart of a cow, or of a turtle. Historians have noticed it could depict features of the human female body. It has been seen on ancient coins from the city of Cyrene (a formerly Greek city, founded in c.630 BCE, now in modern day Libya), some of which depict the seeds or fruit of the extinct silphium plant. The seeds are heart-shaped. The plant was widely used as an ancient herbal contraceptive so this shape may have come to be associated with sexuality and love through that connection. What is of interest is that there is no set moment of its creation, it just seems to have come through time as a symbol for the human heart and affection. How appropriate that the symbol for love is just as elusive and varied in description as Love itself.