A Fairy Enchanting Time ♥

Hey guys, I'm back! :)

I had an awesome trip which had extended due to fog and local rallies.
The weather up north was just so amazing! It was freezing and the fog painted the diorama of each day beautifully!

Due to extreme weather, we didn't go out much as my niece and nephew are very young and we didn't want them to fall ill. So, we stayed within Cantt most of days and me and my cousin often went out on long walks at night time as the Cantt of course is very secure. Though the whole setting was just so eerie as after sunset we could hear jackals! And my cousin's residence has an old graveyard opposite to it :D

1. Misty Daewoo Window / 2. Yummy Mango Cupcake / 3. Truck / 4. Coffee / 5. Ludo / 6. Zebra Cake we baked / 7. Carriage Ride / 8. On boat / 9. Lahore To Karachi Daewoo
1. Misty Daewoo Window / 2. Yummy Mango Cupcake / 3. Truck / 4. Coffee / 5. Ludo / 6. Zebra Cake we baked / 7. Carriage Ride / 8. On boat / 9. Lahore To Karachi Daewoo
When indoors, we used to bake everyday and make either coffee or Kashmiri Tea. I couldn't get the pictures of most of the things we baked or cooked as they were in our bellies before we even knew it! :P
We also did BBQ one night! ♥
Usually we used to stay up till late at night and play Ludo and teased each-other by saying, "kabhi toh aao Sarghoda khushboo laga k" (Translation: Come to Sarghoda sometime while wearing a fragrance) when we were to capture another player's counter. It's a saying I read behind a truck once! This reminds me that we have got beautiful truck art on Pakistani trucks and I saw many on my way in Daewoo but I couldn't capture a proper picture in a moving Daewoo plus the trucks themselves were also passing by rapidly.

We went out twice within Cantt on a carriage and that was "THE" best part of my whole trip :D
First time we went to a kids' amusement park, called Fun-land, for our nephew There was a mini zoo there and we did boating! That was fun too!
And second time we went for shopping.

As for what I bought from there, I might include it in a collective haul in future because I didn't buy many things, firstly because we barely left Cantt, secondly because there is nothing that you could get there and not find in Karachi (my current city). So, whatever I bought was solely as souvenir for my family, friends and myself. I have given some of them out already. Mainly bought shawls, Marina shirt pieces and dry fruits.

I'm still extremely tired due to such a long journey of 18+ hours but I had to blog as this is the last eve of 2012!

2012 has been the best year of my life so far ♥

What about you? x

A very Happy New Year to all of you :)


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Going On Vacations! :)

Hello butterflies,

I'm posting this to inform you guys that I'll be away for a week or longer as I'm going on vacations!
Actually, I have been sitting at home -while having aptitudes in between- for past 7 months {that's probably the longest overall study break I've ever had!!}  

I got into my desired university after an aptitude in November but its session would start in January so I've been totally free lately. This week I'll be travelling up north, to visit my cousin along with my two other cousins and my mom.

I'm so excited and eagerly packing my bags! I can't wait to see my darling niece and nephew! Plus it'll be so much fun to party there in this weather with my cousins.
However,  it'll be a tiring trip. We have booked a Daewoo and it'll take 18 hours with 6 stops in between to reach Okara; a small town in Punjab. We will stay there for most of the week and then go to Lahore for a day or so.

Karachi to Okara to Lahore

As am typing this post, I'm just so pumped and shivering at the same time! It's freakin' cold here in Karachi due to rain these days, even though this city is known for its mild weather! I won't be surprised if I turn into a popsicle on my trip as the weather there is always much more extreme!

I'm leaving this Wednesday and might return by next Wednesday or Thursday.

Nevertheless, I'll be missing my blog and all of you guys a lot! I've become so accustomed of reading and writing blog posts that taking a break from it doesn't sound very pleasing to me. 
Anyways, much love. Hope to see you soon! Take care dearies.

xoxo

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8th KIBF Book Haul

8th KIBF Book Haul
Last Sunday I went to 8th Karachi International Book Fair at the Expo Center and returned with bags loaded with books! I mainly buy books from Paramount and Liberty Books and this year also, as usual I shopped from them. Sadly, Paramount's range has decreased for me over the years so I bought only 3 books from there and rest are from Liberty.

Now to be honest, I haven't read much classics rather mainly fictions and chicklits as a young girl. However, for a change this year I tried picking up books mostly by classic authors. 



Starting with Liberty as I got majority of my books from there.

The haul is as follows;


Rumi is always a smart pick! 
Rumi The Big Red Book


The Rumi Collection, Shambala Classics



Saadat Hasan Manto; known for his bold writing.

Bitter Fruit; Manto



Gabriel García Márquez; Nobel Prize winner in Literature.

Gabriel Garcia Marquez; Chronicle of death foretold

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Strange Pilgrims

Gabriel Garcia Marquez; Collected Stories

Gabriel Garcia Marquez; One Hundred Years of Solitude



To Kill A Mocking Bird by Harper Lee; bought this on a friend's suggestion.

Harper Lee; To kill a mocking bird



Paulo Coelho.

Paulo Coelho; The Zahir



Honestly, the name of this book, "White Teeth" , made me to pick it. I have a thing for white teeth! :P The blurb says that it's a comedy so I'm looking forward to it. ;)

Zadie Smith; White Teeth



I got this knowing that it was the best seller of the year but perhaps, it turned out to be a bad piece of literature. This was an impulsive purchase. I should have done some research beforehand. Anyways, I don't recommend buying this.

E.L James; Fifty Shades Trilogy



Lastly, I couldn't keep myself from buying another chicklit! BUT it's Meg Cabot! After reading her Airhead Trilogy, I wanted to read more of her work. Too bad that I couldn't get Queen of Babble's first part. I won't be reading this until I get that.

Meg Cabot; Queen of Babble Trilogy




Oh, and I got this little goodie bag kinda thing from Liberty for shopping there!
Contains bookmarks, pencil and a badge! :D


Liberty Books Goodies



Now these are what I bought from Paramount;

I have read Shakespeare a lot at school and I do have a lot of his books but this one is actually a collection and it was only for 300 PKR so I had to get this.

The Complete Pelican Shakespeare



Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; Mark Twain
I know this is a children's novel and I'm still a kid!! You got a problem with that?! -_-

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; Mark Twain



The artist in me picked this origami book by Rob from M.A.D ^_^

MAD Origami Book 04



I know these are a lot and it exceeded my budget but I only buy books at fairs. Plus, there are just a couple of them each year and I do go crazy when it comes to books! :/

Have you read any of these already?


Hope you liked this post! :)


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NO To Fake Audience!


NO To Fake Audience!
Here is a quick notice, I have been feeling extremely upset lately to discover that in this blogosphere there is a certain bunch of people who leave similar flattering comments on all the blogs that they come across just to ask for follow for follow.

This is just outright mean and such bloggers are lowering the benchmark of blogging by exploiting newbies like me. Just because I have a small audience as a beginner, doesn't mean that I'll settle down for a growing phony audience.


To my dear "newbie exploiters", it gives a very bad impression when people read comments like; "thank you for your kind words on my blog, I'm following you now." , from just about everyone who has commented in return on your post. It just reveals the bitter truth behind your sweet act.

Please note that I do not follow for follow as I don't want a fake audience, rather sincere readers. Kindly, do not spam for a pay-back follow request. Follow my blog only if you really like it. Furthermore, if you want me to check out your blog, please leave your link below in the comment box. I will follow if only your blog would be of any interest to me.

Thank you.




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DIY Pink & Black Cheetah Nails

Sorry guys, this post was due yesterday but I had guests over so I couldn't write it even though I had managed to take the pictures for this tutorial.

I love big cats but when it comes to clothing and accessorizing, cheetah print (for me) is a print that can either look tacky or classy, depending on how you dress it up. The word's out and I am so not into browns and golds this fall so this is my take on cheetah print with pink and black.

DIY Pink & Black Cheetah Nails


If you have read my past posts on nail tutorials, you must have an idea by now that I don't own a dotting tool and have rather substituted it with a toothpick!

I first painted my nails black as a base coat and then drew on thick curves (as shown in photo) with a toothpick to make my cheetah print.

Once again sorry guys, I forgot to take the picture while drawing these curves. :(

My nails are not very big so I couldn't draw on more than just a few curves on each nail, therefore, I filled in the little gaps with dots.

DIY Pink & Black Cheetah Nails

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I would also like to share that today I went to the 8th Karachi International Book Fair and bought loads and loads of books! Watch out for a book haul ;)
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DIY Painted Bobby Pins

After glam-ing up my keys earlier this week, I decided it's time to funkiszie my bobby pins! :D

Just like those sparkling keys, this is also very simple and cute! You can instantly get the perfect shade of hair clip to match your outfit!

DIY Painted Bobby Pins


You will need:


DIY Painted Bobby Pins requirements

1. Bobby Pins
2. Nail Polishes/Glitter/Acrylic Paints
3. Clear Nail Polish/Any glue that dries clear (e.g: Mod Podge, German Glue)
4. Cardboard Sheets/Folded Paper.


Instructions:


DIY Painted Bobby Pins
Step 1. Pin your bobby pin on a piece of cardboard or folded paper so that it is easier to paint, rather than holding it in your hand and this will also prevent the other limb of bobby pin from getting painted or else both can stick together.

Step 2. Paint two to three coats of nail polish on the bobby pin to make it completely opaque. Wait for one coat to dry before painting another one or it will take much longer to dry.

For glittered bobby pins, first paint a coat of either glue or clear nail polish and then sprinkle glitter on top of it to cover it completely.

You can even paint your bobby pins with acrylic colours. These will last much longer.

Step 3. To seal in your nail polish or glitter for a longer period of time, paint a coat of clear nail polish and leave them to dry.


Here is how these look in hair;


DIY Painted Bobby Pins

DIY Painted Bobby Pins




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DIY Sparkling Keys

DIY Sparkling Keys


Today I'm posting a fun DIY that I'm sure most of you would like to try!

This is quite simple but very cute ^_^


Let's start with what you will need:

DIY Sparkling Keys Stash


1. Clear Nail Polish / Top Coat.
2. Glitter Stash.
3. Keys that you want to glam up!

Instructions:


DIY Sparkling Keys


Step 1. Paint your key with a clear nail polish.


Step 2. Before the nail polish dries, sprinkle some glitter to cover the painted part of key completely OR dip your key in the jar of glitter.


Step 3. Tap off any excess glitter.


Step 4. Finish off by sealing the glitter on your key with one or more coat(s) of clear nail polish.



Hope you enjoyed this post! :)

Sorry for my absence on weekend. I am a little under the weather plus my internet connection goes in and out. :/

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November Favourites {Beauty & Blogs}

-dramatic sigh-

It's the last day of November and I've picked my November Favourites to share with you all :)

Lets start with Beauty Favourites:

I'll go through these quickly and I have already short-listed them as I feared this post would get too long otherwise!

November Beauty Favourites

1. Listerine Mouth Wash: I don't think most of you would consider it a beauty favourite but I do because I'm very keen about oral health and beautiful teeth are a turn-on for me! If you want, I can do a whole post dedicated to oral health, just leave me a comment below saying so.
This particular mouthwash became a favourite mainly because of it's mild soft-mint flavour unlike many of the other mouthwashes that I have tried. It does burn but of course it's less intense. Though, only yesterday I found out that Listerine has also launched Listerine Zero which is alcohol-free so it doesn't burn at all. I'll be trying that out next!

2 & 3. Pears Soap & Dove Intensive Cream: Even though I have been seeing Pears advertisements for ages, for no particular reason I never bought it until on our last run to supermarket when my mom suggested me to try this, knowing that I have dry skin all year long and considering the fact that it has glycerin in it. This one has been a life-saver pick! In combination with the Dove Intensive Cream, which too was a new pick, it has worked wonders for my skin. Now my skin looks smoother, feels softer and stays well hydrated. I have not gotten even a single dry patch on my face since ever I'm using these two. Pears smells like nothing but glycerin and its very mild so no problem at all. However, I wasn't really sure about Dove at first because it is scented and I don't like to use scented moisturizers for I fear reactions and allergies. Good that I didn't get a chance to take a whiff at it in the supermarket because the salesperson was just so cranky -_- . Anyways, I have had no reactions at all on my skin after using it so I reckon its safe to use. :)
By the way, Pears is also available in two other flavours, namely Oil Clear and Germ Shield, but I think Gentle Care is the one for me. :)

4. Palmer's Cocoa Butter Body Gloss: I already reviewed this product this month and I'm loving it for both day & night-outs. You can read my review here.

Moving on to Blog Favourites:

Note: These are in order of my subscription date.

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1. I started actual blogging this month only and I believe Hayley from Water Painted Dreams has been a major inspiration for me. I found her blog linked in another blogger's favourite and when I read her blog, I felt that we have a lot in common. I enjoy reading her blog. It's light hearted and not cluttered at all. Her blog has a nice balance between life and beauty, and I'm sure you'll love her. Do visit her blog and tell her I sent you. :P



2. I don't remember how I came across Sara's blog, ! Pretty In Pink ! , but I am glad I did. :)
Everything about her blog is just as cute as she herself  is. ^.^ From her layout to her posts, everything is such an eye-candy! I fell in love with her blog at first sight and I enjoy reading her posts a lot. Very few bloggers have the art of actually making their audience willing to read even their less exciting posts all the way through and undoubtedly Sara belongs to that lot. She is simply amazing! Do visit her blog as well and tell her I sent you. :)

Best thing about both the bloggers mentioned above is that they are interactive with their audiences. :) 
Two great ladies, double blog treats for you! Enjoy :)


Lastly, I've been loving this ladies website called YouBeauty that I came across a while ago. I mainly love it for it's quizzes and I have subscribed to it via email. Everyday, I receive a "Daily Aha" and one other email about health and beauty. I find it a very useful and knowledgeable subscription as everyday I discover new beauty and health facts and figures in addition to loads of helpful tips! You must check it out! :)

Last night, I took a Hair Age Quiz on this site and apparently my hair is just 14 years old ;) haha! That's good, considering that I am 18 actually! Take this quiz and tell me how old is your hair by commenting below . :)


Links:
Hair Age Quiz : http://www.youbeauty.com/quizzes/hair-age

I hope you enjoyed reading! See you in December :) x

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Clearasil Stay Clear Oil-Free Gel Wash Review

Clearasil Stay Clear Oil-Free Gel Wash Review


I bought this product a long while ago and it has lasted me for much longer more than a year. Clearasil Stay Clear Oil-Free Gel Wash is basically for oily skin unlike mine but still people with dry skin do too get breakouts. I bought this on a friend's recommendation and later checked it with my dermatologist as well. The best thing about this product is that you need just a pea size amount and it lathers up really well. I'm not really a fan of gel washes as they are difficult to wash off but the only reason I use this product is that it clears zits in just two to three washes and it is also a good exfoliator.

However, it is written on its bottle that it is not to be used with other acne medication as you may face over-drying. If you already have dry skin, then do not use this as your daily face wash because you know that acne clearing products have drying agents like salicyclic acid which are needed to dry out pimples. Also, moisturizer well after using this and you'll be good to go.

Disclaimer:
All opinions are my own. Do check with your dermatologist if you have sensitive skin or severe acne.

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This is not relevant to this post but I really want to give a massive shout-out to Bhavi from My Lush Box Beauty Blog. She recently had her second ovarian cyst removed and this girl has really got the nerve! If I would've been in her place, I would have probably turned to jelly! Visit her blog, drop a hello and tell her how brave she is. :)

Also do take very good care of yourselves and do go for regular check-ups ladies.

xoxo,

Jadirah Sarmad

DIY Movember Manicure

Movember is a portmanteau word from moustache and "November". The month of November is now known for growing awareness of prostate cancer and other male cancer. Movember aims to increase early cancer detection, diagnosis, effective treatments and ultimately reduce the number of preventable deaths. Besides getting an annual check-up, the Movember Foundation encourages men to be aware of any family history of cancer, and to adopt a more healthful lifestyle.

So, to play my part, today I'm posting a Movember Manicure to raise awareness! Stay blessed and take care of yourselves people. :)


I used a pearl pink nail polish as the base coat and drew on the moustaches using a tooth-pick with black nail polish.

Tips & Tricks:

1. Keep cleaning the tip of your toothpick so that it does not draw thick.
2. Practice on a piece of paper before doing it on your nails.
3. Keep your hand as steady as possible when drawing.
4. If you wish, draw one same moustache on each nail or do a variety like me.
5. Do not worry about messing it up, you can always wipe it off and start over ;)
6. Seal your nail art with a top coat to give your nails a smooth finish.


DIY Movember Manicure


My favourite is the Pencil Moustache (in Manicure!!) What about you? :)


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Palmer's Cocoa Butter Body Gloss Review

Palmer's Cocoa Butter Body Gloss


Palmer's Cocoa Butter Body Gloss is a rich creamy moisturizer with shimmer in it. It is a skin illuminating lotion which enriches skin with a subtle shimmer. I got this as a birthday gift last year and I absolutely love it. It is very re-hydrating and leaves back no trace of grease but I do not use it as a moisturizer rather as a luxurious gloss mostly for night outs. It is also known for enhancing a light self-tan. The smell is the typical Palmer's cocoa butter smell and the consistency is pretty much the same as any other body moisturizer. The shimmer in it tends to get on palms when applying but it is easily washable so there's nothing to worry about even if it gets a little on clothes.

Here are the swatches;

Palmer's Cocoa Butter Body Gloss Swatches


Note how beautifully the camera picks up the light from all that shimmer in it.

Palmer's Cocoa Butter Body Gloss Swatches



Have you ever tried this product?

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Payphone & Daylight - Maroon 5

Earlier this month I posted a brief review on One More Night by Maroon 5, which is the second single in their fourth and latest album, Over-exposed. Now I'm back to talk about their other two singles from the same album.



Their third single, Daylight, was released recently on 8th November and I had to blog about it because I've had high hopes for this one after listening to the earlier two. So, I decided to write about their first single as well because it  has great lyrics and I'm more in love with it at the moment than the other two which were released later.

Here we go,

Payphone

Payphone is not as catchy as the other two when you listen to it initially but it has the best lyrics among-st the three. Beautifully written, this pop song is all about a relationship that is falling apart. I'm not quite sure about Wiz Khalifa's part though. It doesn't quite fit well rhythmically with the rest of the song and their is no spark about it even. Apart from that, this number is an absolute dope. I'm looking forward to do it's cover.




Daylight

Daylight is a soft rock track with a nice music but it is my least favourite on the album. It is a good number but I still believe that the other two are much better lyrically. Most music critics said that this song resembles Coldplay's songs in a way, and Cameron Adams said that "it sounds like Max Martin trying to write a Coldplay song by recycling his Backstreet Boys handiwork". It's not a total rip-off though and is an addition to my Fall Playlist.



Tell me what you think of Overexposed and which song is your favourite on this album :)


Maroon 5 all the way \m/


P.S: You can pick up 'OVEREXPOSED' this entire Black Friday week for only $3.99 on Amazon MP3!

Week In Photos # 01


From Top Left: DIY Origami Penguin, Graduation Ceremony Invitaion & Scroll, Coral Toesies
2nd Row Left Onwards: My First Red Bull, Organised Cotton Ball Jar, Scrumptious Home-made Pizza
3rd Row Left Onwards: Rimmel London Extra Super Lash Mascara & Soft Kohl, Rosette Nail Art, New Profile Picture.


Hey guys, this was a busy week for me! I had so much going on. I received my university admission letter recently (yaaay!) and then I had my A'levels graduation ceremony all of a sudden after months of passing out from school!! Haha.

I also posted my first DIY tutorial and it was a real effort to shoot and edit and upload it. I had to get right lighting and all for those Origami Penguins..ah!  Then I had my first Red Bull this week, which was quite strong and had a bitter after taste which didn't really please me but I wanted to try it for the longest time and I finally did after it had been in my refrigerator for weeks :P


And one random night, something got into me and I started to stack my cotton balls colour-wise in their jar :D (this is such a random sentence!!)


Okay, enough randomness, then this Thursday I made Chicken Tikka Pizza in my Pizza Maker because I love Pizza (I can never ever have enough of Pizza). ♥ And that reminds me that a girl can never have enough of mascara and eyeliner either! (I can't at least 'cz I love eye-makeup ♥) so I posted Rimmel London Extra Super Lash Mascara & Soft Kohl Review this week. :)


Moving on I'm in love with coral red colour these days, even though it's more of a spring colour! I want everything coral from lips to nails! :| and that explains my coral toesies and Rosette Nail Art Tutorial that I posted yesterday! (Flattered by all the compliments I'm getting on them! n_n)


Lastly, I uploaded a new profile picture on all my social networking accounts 'cause I love my Teddy (Coco) ♥



What did you do this week? :)


xoxo

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DIY Rosette Nail Art



DIY ROSETTE NAIL ART http://jadesmoke04.blogspot.com/


DIY ROSETTE NAIL ART http://jadesmoke04.blogspot.com/



DIY ROSETTE NAIL ART Step 1 http://jadesmoke04.blogspot.com/







Step 1. Apply a base coat of your choice. Light pastel shades are preferable but I'm wearing Visions Fast and the Furious Skydive Nail Polish.



DIY ROSETTE NAIL ART Step 2 http://jadesmoke04.blogspot.com/



Step 2. Dip a toothpick in a blob of red nail polish and draw irregular circles on your nails. These will be the base of your rosettes.



DIY ROSETTE NAIL ART Step 3 http://jadesmoke04.blogspot.com/

Step 3. Dip a toothpick in a blob of black nail polish and roughly outline the red irregular circles after they have dried. In the center draw two small curves in yin-yang style to add further detail.



Step 4. Now dip a tooth pick in green nail polish and draw the leaves on the sides of your rosettes. [I didn't have green nail polish so I made my own by scraping off some green eye-shadow and mixing it in a blob of clear nail polish.] Once dried, seal in your design with a top coat.






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Rimmel London Super Lash Mascara & Soft Kohl; Kajal Eye Liner Pencil Review



Rimmel London Super Lash Mascara & Soft Kohl Review (jadesmoke04.blogspot.com)


Today I'm posting a quick review of Rimmel London's Extra Super Lash Mascara and Soft Kohl.

Extra Super Lash Mascara:
I've been using Rimmel London's Extra Super Lash Mascara for a considerable time and I love it! It has a creamy consistency which is good as it doesn't harden on my eyelashes after drying (unlike some brands) and that way it doesn't break my lashes after a long day of wearing it. Now we know, Rimmel's mascaras have a reputation of being clumpy and I won't say that this doesn't clump at all, it does a wee bit unlike the claims of super lash separation on it's tube but that's okay because I don't mind slightly clumpy lashes and maybe it's just me doing something wrong in application :/. Anyways, this is a lash building mascara which gives a very dramatic look and its curved brush (as shown on its cap {see pic}) provides the ease of application and a proper lift to lashes. This product also claims to be suitable for sensitive eyes which is a plus point and I believe it to be true as I've never got any eye rashes or anything after using this, though I am not sure if my eyes are sensitive like my skin. :P


Soft Kohl; Kajal Eye Liner Pencil:
Rimmel London's kohl pencil is a favourite because it glides on easily on my eyelids though this is not for lining waterline. It is not super pigmented yet build-able, which is a good thing for me because it's a pain to take off super pigmented make-up at the end of the day. It doesn't stay on for long though, easily smudges and requires touch up after a couple of hours.


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DIY Origami Penguin

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