<a href="http://www.thedancingfire.com">The Dancing Fire</a>
The Dancing Fire Entertainment: Professional Fire Dancers, Belly Dancers, and Fire Breathers Los Angeles, CA
The Dancing Fire is a well-established entertainment company based out of
Los Angeles, CA. We began over 6 years ago in Memphis, TN, where we still have a branch. We specialize in the art of fire dancing. Our fire dancers have over 10 years of professional experience. We
In response to concerns expressed by many members, we
are now testing a new tool called Enthusify in the Sell Your Other Stuff
forum. You must have been a member of bhuz for at least 90 days or have at least 50 posts to be eligible to use this forum. The goal is to make your transactions easier, more
secure, and faster.
If this test is successful we will also offer it on the Swap Meet.
When you want to create a listing in the "Sell your
Originally Posted by idenasuzanne
This is a gorgeous costume (over $900 new) that sparkles like a diamond on stage. The rose colored ruching over burgundy velvet, beaded detail around every petal on the skirt, and many large Swarovski crystals that throw light everywhere make this a favorite costume of everyone who sees it. It is unique and constructed with superb craftsmanship.
The top is one piece with a velvet choli attached to sturdy bra cups with a shaping wire along the top edges. Cups measure 9" on the
Originally Posted by EmiliaOrient
Wonderfull MAMDOUH SALAMA design!
Very oryginal, stretchy and so sparkling WITH MANY SVAROVSKI stones costiume!!!
The skirt is made from very stretchy material and it is double! First part is from sparkling lycra and second on the front it's very softly material also sparkling.
Used few times
LENGHT OF SKIRT 37 inches
HIGH HIPS 28 to 37 in (it's stretchy)
Last weekend was the Autumn Tribal Shindig down in Eau Claire, WI. Hosted by Sophia Tribal along with Jen Nolan and SuperBeth (who, unfortunately, was ill and couldn’t join us) of Tamarind, this ATS workshop was full of fun stuff to learn.
My particular learning style involves drilling a single move until I cannot possibly forget it – and that takes a butt-ton (What? It’s a technical term.) of tries. So there were several things I just simply forgot… more on that later.