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Designs By Ashley Rock: Authentique: Glory Release

Designs By Ashley Rock: Authentique: Glory Release

Altered Dress Form by Authentique Paper DT Member Emily Lanham

Altered Dress Form by Authentique Paper DT Member Emily Lanham

I think I'm in LOVE with the Glory line from Authentique. Tutorial here on making dimensional embellies (great for AnyHero cards!)

I think I'm in LOVE with the Glory line from Authentique. Tutorial here on making dimensional embellies (great for AnyHero cards!)

Authentique Paper DT member Natalie Dever shares a quilt made with "Glory"

Authentique Paper DT member Natalie Dever shares a quilt made with "Glory"

Art treasure plunder stolen by Nazi Germany recaptured in Austria by the 44th Infantry @U.S. Army #WW2 #History

Art treasure plunder stolen by Nazi Germany recaptured in Austria by the 44th Infantry @U.S. Army #WW2 #History

Eugene Roe (1921-1998) "He was there when he was needed and how he got 'there' you often wondered. He never received recognition for his bravery, his heroic servicing of the wounded." Lt. Foley talking about Doc Roe, p. 181, Band of Brothers, by Stephen Ambrose ~

Eugene Roe (1921-1998) "He was there when he was needed and how he got 'there' you often wondered. He never received recognition for his bravery, his heroic servicing of the wounded." Lt. Foley talking about Doc Roe, p. 181, Band of Brothers, by Stephen Ambrose ~

Easy Co officers of Band of Brothers fame ready to jump into Normandy

Easy Co officers of Band of Brothers fame ready to jump into Normandy

Carwood Lipton <3 "Lipton became 1st sergeant of the company. (...) He was my mentor; I looked up to him. He was calm and he would discuss any situation you got into. We had brains between us. No quick reactions - he thought things out (....) I trusted him with my life." Bill talking about Lipton p. 86 Brothers in Battle - Best of Friends by Bill Guarnere/Babe Heffron

Carwood Lipton <3 "Lipton became 1st sergeant of the company. (...) He was my mentor; I looked up to him. He was calm and he would discuss any situation you got into. We had brains between us. No quick reactions - he thought things out (....) I trusted him with my life." Bill talking about Lipton p. 86 Brothers in Battle - Best of Friends by Bill Guarnere/Babe Heffron

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