Carolina Cid Troncoso

Carolina Cid Troncoso

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craft, recycle, children, kids, tutorial, elementary school, primary school, knutselen, kinderen, basisschool, CD, cd-rom, Vaderdag, moederdag

craft, recycle, children, kids, tutorial, elementary school, primary school, knutselen, kinderen, basisschool, CD, cd-rom, Vaderdag, moederdag

Bedroom lights  ...

Bedroom lights ...

Repiny - Most inspiring pictures and photos!

Repiny - Most inspiring pictures and photos!

Decoracion Diy-Manualidades - Comunidad - Google+ esta manualidad me parece genial para....EL DÍA DE SAN VALENTÍN!!!!!

Decoracion Diy-Manualidades - Comunidad - Google+ esta manualidad me parece genial para....EL DÍA DE SAN VALENTÍN!!!!!

Valentine's Day card

Valentine's Day card

Make egg chandeliers with balloons and yarn. - put dragons in them and hang over dessert or food table.

Make egg chandeliers with balloons and yarn. - put dragons in them and hang over dessert or food table.

Tree reflections on water always make me smile. :)

Tree reflections on water always make me smile. :)

Arboles

Arboles

The tree with what is likely the largest diameter is El Arbol del Tule, an Ahuehuete or Montezuma Cypress growing in Oaxaca, Mexico in the town of Santa Maria del Tule. The trunk of the tree is 33 feet in diameter and has a circumference of 178 feet. Originally thought to be multiple trees that had grown and fused together, DNA tests have shown that it is actually all one tree.   Photo by Rohan Barnett

The tree with what is likely the largest diameter is El Arbol del Tule, an Ahuehuete or Montezuma Cypress growing in Oaxaca, Mexico in the town of Santa Maria del Tule. The trunk of the tree is 33 feet in diameter and has a circumference of 178 feet. Originally thought to be multiple trees that had grown and fused together, DNA tests have shown that it is actually all one tree. Photo by Rohan Barnett

Casa del Arbol in Banos, Ecuador by ryder_bethany, via Flickr

Casa del Arbol in Banos, Ecuador by ryder_bethany, via Flickr