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Jen

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  This henna belly design started with a request for an eagle soaring over the mountains ~ I love how it came out!

Rivka

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  The breast feeding art project continues ~ with Rivka & her daughter. Her design starting point for me was the idea of a tree of life, not with Celtic roots, but with Celtic branches. The trunk emerges from between the breasts and the center of the tree is a Celtic Knot, the rest of design, branching out is ~ Celtic-ISH ~ 

Deb

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  I am working on a art progression series, showing this beautiful mama-to-be growing to full term using a caterpillar - butterfly theme. This month, the caterpillar has spun a chrysalis ....

Tangi

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I first met Tangi in 2010, when we celebrated her 2nd pregnancy with a beautiful henna design of flowers, butterflies and a moon. 

And then a few months later she returned for postpartum to celebrate the birth of her 2nd son ~

Anna

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  I met Anna in 2008, during the first few months of my art project honoring motherhood. I'll never forget getting t know this beautiful, young mother-to-be and hearing her touching story. I am so happy for her how her family has grown. Each pregnancy had a different feeling, a different henna design. The latest one was about seeds ~ at her birth blessing party we each got a packet of seeds with this message "Treat your child like a seed that came in a packet without a label. You can't tell what kind of flower you're going to get or in what season it will bloom.

Andrea

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The breast feeding art project continues with this beautiful mama and her baby girl....

Melissa

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Ah.... the labyrinth.... The path in to the center can be seen as pregnancy, the center is birth, and then the path out is the postpartum period. -

Melissa

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Ah.... the labyrinth.... The path in to the center can be seen as pregnancy, the center is birth, and then the path out is the postpartum period. -

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