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Issue 3  Christmas 2010

Limited Edition  $19.99  

Our First Limited Edition! Show Us Your Tatts! featuring Kelsey Castaneda

Featuring Becky Lee and The Pin Up Angels!

An Etsy Pin-Up Christmas! Check out How Santa’s ‘Lil Helpers keep him all warm at night!

Lifestyle & Culture Magazine.

6. Spotlight on Art Featuring Dirk Richter

44. Show Us Your Tatts! Featuring Kelsey Castaneda

14. Pin Up of the Month Mona Deluxe

48. Santa’s ‘Lil Helpers A sexy ‘lil tale!

18. Spotlight on Shopping An Etsy Pin-Up Christmas!

64. The Domestic Diva featuring Jessica Corona

22. Pin Up of the Month Elizabeth Rose 26. Spotlight on Burlesque The Super Sexy Christmas Spectacular! 30. Pin Up of the Month Miss Micah

34. The Secrets of Famous Pin-Ups Bittersweet: The Life and Crimes of Candy Barr 38. On the Cover Becky Lee & The Pin Up Angels

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Executive Editor

Jessica Jean Suderno

Managing Editor

Colin Knuckles

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Colin Knuckles Contributing Photographers Ji Ji Lee Philip Austin Photography KOMA Photography Charlie Girl Robin Cook Photography Philip Austin Photography Glamour Girl Pinups J Rose Photography Miss Missy Photography Hey Cupcake Photography

Contributing Artists Dirk Richter Jessica Jean Suderno Advertising Index: Philip Austin Photography JBR Clothing Gamefly

Publisher: The Pin Up Media LLC.

The Pin Up Magazine is a quarterly magazine. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written consent from the publisher is strictly prohibited. The Pin Up assumes no responsibility for unsolicited material. Any omission of the names of authors of copy, photographs or graphics is unintentional.

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Hello again to all you beautiful pin-ups and dashing rockabilly boys. Its that time of year again and we want to help you celebrate the holidays pin-up style. In this limited edition special you will find some of the hottest little elves in Santa’s fleet and great gift buys from our favorite retro and craft site , Etsy. Make sure you check out our Pin up’s of the Month; they are sure to make you feel all warm and cozy during these winter months. Most importantly, read up on Becky Lee and The Pin Up Angels! This is definitely the month of charity and good deeds and The Pin Up Angels could use all of our donations! Thank you so much for supporting The Jessica and Colin Pin Up through our growing pains and helping us to spread the love of pin-up to all the good little girls and boys (and the naughty ones too)! We look forward to you enjoying this magazine and are working diligently on the Winter 2011 issue to bring you our very best issue yet! XOXO and a very Merry Christmas to you!!!!

Jessica Jean & Colin Knuckles

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Spotlight On Art

The Pin-U When did you first start drawing and why? Well, I think I have been drawing all my life. I know that a lot of people like to answer the above question like this, but it really is true! I have always loved to draw. First, I just drew old windmills, still lives, rivers, trees and those sorts of things. I never thought I could draw a face. A lot of years past before I dared to draw a human being. And, in 1995 I drew my first pinup. It was an awful drawing, but still I was proud of finally taking the

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Spotlight On Art

Ups of Dirk Richter challenge of drawing a face. For a while, there were a couple of years in which I wasn’t able to draw anything at all due to my job in the German Air Force. After those years, I started to study architecture. I found my passion to draw again while surfing ebay. I saw some drawings which sold pretty well and I thought I could use that money as a student. So, I started to draw again. That was the beginning of my pinup-drawing era. That was in 2004. What schooling have you had or are you self taught?

water colors, acrylics, oil (which I really like), but it was always the black & white drawings which fascinated me. Most, I just love the contrast and the depths one can achieve with pencils. What and/or who inspires you most? The first pinup art book I bought was of Erik Drudwyn. I admired his art because of the realism he brought into his work. When I looked through that book, I wanted to draw like him. His love for details always fascinated me. The colored drawings are great, but his black & white ones are the bomb! And lately I have been inspired by the photography of GW Burns: “Prisoner of Love”. I just love the striped stockings in that picture, and after GW letting me draw that picture, I knew I wanted to use these striped stockings as a signature feature, because I just loved those contrasts!

The only drawing courses I had were those in school and some at the university, but I didn’t think they could count. I am self taught. During the previous years before 2004 I went to a lot of art conventions. I talked to a lot of artists I admired, like John Hul, Erik Drudwyn, Dave Nestler and more, and tried to draw just like them. I got some really great Who are your favorite pin-up models and tips from those artists on how I could im- why? prove my drawings. During these years, I started to develop my own style. My favorite model is Jamie Eason. When I first saw her, I somehow fell in love. She What is your favorite medium to work with? is just such a cute and beautiful woman. I’ve drawn her four times until now, and My favorite medium is the pencil. I don’t the one with her in a giant Martini glass know why, but I’ve always liked this me- is my favorite drawing. It seems like it is dium from the beginning. I tried pastels, everyone else’s too. Christmas 2010 The Pin Up  7 

Spotlight On Art

Besides Jamie I don’t really have a favorite model, I much more have favorite photographers. Wendi Shinkle of SATIO photography and of course Robert Alvarado is to mention. Wendi’s pictures always have such a beautiful and soft touch that I think only a woman can catch in her work. Robert’s work is just “wow!” His classic style combines the modern women and the old classy pinup styles of the 1950’s. I have an amicable contact to those two, and it’s always a lot of fun to turn one of their photos into a drawing of mine. Where can we find your work, and do you take commissions? You can find my work on You will be able to see my first works there as well as my most current. There is an online shop where you can buy my art, books, prints, and even the original drawings. You can send me an email concerning commissions. So yes, I do take commissions. For example, the “Happy Holliday” drawing was a private commission by Tiffany Holliday herself. Just send me an e-mail, and we’ll work something out.

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Spotlight On Art

“My favorite medium is the pencil. I don’t know why, but I’ve always liked this medium from the beginning.”

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Pin Up of the Month

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Pin Up of the Month

Mona Deluxe


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Pin Up of the Month

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Spotlight On Shopping

An Etsy Pin-Up Christmas! Find that perfect gift without fighting the crowds this holiday season. Our Christmas Etsy Find #1 Here is a little bit of information on Paula, the creative brains behind this little shop of wonders! Paula: I am a self taught graphic designer and perpetual smart-ass, so this venture allows me to utilize both my most valuable talents! I also love the idea of re-purposing items and turning something that would ordinarily be garbage

into a fun little work of art. I am madly in love with vintage images and pinup art. The process of design is finding an image and then asking myself “what could they be thinking?” and then marrying the two in order to create something completely new. When I first began my product line, I started making magnets from tin can lids and since then- my line has expanded to include Christmas ornaments as well as personal accessories such as checkbook and debit card covers and my most recent addition-greeting cards. My line is always expanding and you never know what I will come up next. Besides selling on Etsy I also sell wholesale to many unique shops around the United States. In addition, I have a sales rep. in Australia. Upcycled tin can lid Christmas Ornaments: My ornaments are made using recycled tin can lids. I use high quality images printed with waterproof inks- each image is then sealed several times to keep them looking clear, crisp and terrific for years. Ornament has wire hanger firmly attached, ready to hang on your tree. Each ornament is adorned with a decorative ribbon. Most common size of the ornaments is approx. 2.25”

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Don’t be a scrooge! Send a card to show your love, and not to mention great sense of humor!

I live in Maryville, IL a little dinky town just across the Mississippi from St. Louis, MO. Most days you will find me sitting in my office (my living room) on my computer (in my pajamas) designing new and fun products. I also attend many art shows in the Saint Louis area (not in my pajamas). It is an honor to be included in the Christmas issue of The Pin Up Mag! I thank you all and wish you a Merry Freakin’ Christmas! XOXO, Paula

Christmas Cards: Cards are 5” x 6.5” photo image on front and blank inside with a matching 5” x 7” envelope. They are made with very high quality Acid and Lignin free Ivory card stock. Corners of the photos and cards are rounded to add a bit more of a vintage look to these fun and hilarious greetings. They will come packaged in resealable crystal clear protective cello bag.

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Spotlight On Shopping Left: Pin Up Girl Christmas Cupcake Ornament. Price: 10.75 USD. Right: Pin Up Girl Christmas Dish Towels Set of 4 Price: 16.00 USD. Bottom Left: Pin Up Girl Christmas Ornaments Set of 3. Price: 12.00 USD.

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Our Etsy Find #2! Here is some information on 12 Legs Curiosities, one of our favorite Etsy Finds! 12 Legs Curiosities Shoppe is an online boutique managed by 3 canines: Bella (A Saint Bernard- Fake Bake & Dog Treat Pastry Chef), Mose (A Weimaraner- Creative Director) and Hailey (A Weimaraner- Web Mistress & Shipping/ Stamp Licking Manager). 4 legs x 3 dogs=12 legs...a human helps out with the mundane tasks of listing and the like, but their legs aren’t included. We have taken many of the things that we love about all holidays, as well as our love affair with all things vintage / retro and have morphed them into the inspiration for our merchandise, including our fake bake cupcakes, Candy Striped Dish Towels, MagArt magnets, custom dog & other novelty ornaments, cards, artwork and much more. Since 12 Legs has a sweet spot for Retro Pin Up Girls, especially Pin Up’s from the 20’s, 30’s, 40’s and 50’s, we had to dedicate a whole Collection to them. Check out our nifty Pin Up Girl Dish Towels, Sparkly Pin Up Girl Christ-

mas Ornaments and our “oh so cute” Pin Up Cakes (our handmade fake bake cupcakes featuring Cheesecake Pin Up Girls). The average cost of our merchandise ranges from $7 to $15. Also, we only charge what USPS charges for Shipping, no inflated shipping/handling fees here. We hope you catch the “spirit of love” this year by renewing a love for all holidays as seen through our eyes!

Visit us online at Happy Holidays!

12 Legs Curiosities

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Spotlight On Burlesque

The Super Sexy

Christmas Show Terry Beeman’s, “SUPER SEXY CHRISTMAS SHOW” starring “The Hollywood Pin-Up Girls” is a holiday event that will tickle the fancy of any humbug. This campy burlesque revue has all the vaudeville antics and shenanigans of the classic motion picture musical tease. Inspired by starlets in the golden age of Hollywood, it is a hoopla of taking-it-off and comic relief of campy vamp. “The Hollywood Pin-Up Girls” bring a sexy yet zany bump-n-grind

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to the tasseled shimmies of a titillating dance spectacle. Twist in all the show biz, the bawdy behavior, burly mayhem, feathers, rhinestones, corsets and fishnets and you got yourself set in the middle of the best jingle bell peep-show in town. This holiday satire has been going on for seven years now, and if you haven’t heard of “The Hollywood Pin-Up Girls” consider this the best little dance revue secret now exposed. “The Super Sexy Show” is not just another

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Spotlight On Burlesque show with girls dancing in underwear, but a true tradition in the act of the tease. Classic gimmicks, costumed themes, and catchy vintage music, that ranges from swing, to blues, to show tunes, and to 50’s and 60’s pop. On special nights, joining “The Super Sexy Show” are “The Villains of Vaudeville”, a comic group of Chaps that try and ransack the show. They try to outwit the girls. They try and steal the spotlight. But, each effort is foiled every time! “The Hollywood Pin-Up Girls” in Terry Beeman’s, “SUPER SEXY SHOW” is a step back in time to the vaudeville era of burlesque, a theatrical skit of strip, and a night of devilishly good, sinfully sexy fun!

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“Terry Beeman’s Super Sexy Show is a step back in time to the vaudeville era of burlesque!”

Spotlight On Burlesque

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Pin Up of the Month

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Photography by Charlie Girl

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The Secrets of

Famous Pin-Ups Bittersweet: The Life and Crimes of Candy Barr written by Graham Bowlin

“Soon she had perfected her outlaw stage act, and struck up a friendship with another Dallas nightclub owner: Jack Ruby; the future killer of Lee Harvey Oswald.”

The spotlight flickers to life, illuminating the pint-sized cowgirl on the stage. The men holler, hungry eyes gazing from top to bottom; platinum hair, pasties, panties, and pearl handled pistols. As the quartet in the corner kicks up a lively number, the girl gives the men a strange, pouty, devilish smile. Before they can smile back, she draws her six guns and fires them off. Bang! Bang! The drunks jump on their barstools and shield their faces. But it’s nothing. A gag. A ruse. Just part of the act. As the little blonde girl holsters the cap guns on her already gyrating hips, her smile fades. Long before the young cowgirl was Candy Barr, she was Juanita Dale Slusher. Born to a bricklayer in Edna, Texas, the same year as the great boll weevil infestation, young Juanita was no stranger to tragedy and poverty. After her mother fell from a moving car on the highway and died when Juanita was nine, her life became a familiar tale of abuse. Her new stepmother whipped her. An older neighbor boy molested her. She

found solace in singing and dancing, performing for an audience wherever she could find it. One day Juanita decided she wasn’t going to get kicked around anymore. At thirteen she ran away from home and hitchhiked her way to Dallas. There, her older looks landed her work as a cigarette girl and cocktail waitress on the city’s hedonistic Commerce Street. She married for the first time at fourteen years old to a local safe cracker. By sixteen she was divorced and looking for a fresh start. She took a role in a film entitled, Smart Alec. The plot was hardly unique: Juanita lounges beside a motel pool. An older gentleman approaches her. They laugh and chat, their dialogue hidden beneath a jazz score. Apparently they have a lot in common, as Juanita follows the gentleman back to his room and the two make graphic love until Juanita calls a friend over to assist in finishing the act. Smart Aleck would prove to be a turning point in Juanita’s young life. Though she would never again appear in a stag film,

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the movie would prove so popular that for the rest of her life Juanita would be known as “The first porn star”, despite her later claims that she was given drugs and threatened before her performance. In their book Dirty Movies, Al Di Lauro and Gerald Rabkin called the blue movie “The most popular film of the genre.” Film critic Phil Hall refers to it as the Citizen Kane of stag films. After the film shoot, Juanita returned to Commerce Street where she was now a hot-bodied commodity. A long time partnership was formed when Abe Weinstein hired her to dance at his Colony Club, where she was soon raking in $87 dollars a week. It was Abe who gave Juanita the name she would etch in the wall history: Candy Barr. The two decided that Juanita Slusher was not an ideal stage name, and Weinstein named her for her obsession with confections; The Snicker bar in particular. Soon she had perfected her outlaw stage act, and struck up a friendship with another Dallas nightclub owner: Jack Ruby; the future killer of Lee Harvey Oswald. It’s debatable how close the two were, with some claiming he was merely an acquaintance, and others calling him the father that Candy never really had. Whatever the case, he was not the first troubled man to enter her life and he wouldn’t be the last. In 1953, Candy met Troy Phillips, a charming club rat who convinced her to give marriage another go. She quickly became pregnant and seemed ready to explore the world of motherhood, but was lured back to the Colony Club when Abe Weinstein offered her a contract for $2,000 a week. The public was hungry for Candy, and Abe needed her back. Her baby was shipped to Edna to live with relatives and Candy began a stint as one of the nation’s highest paid burlesque dancers, bringing in around $100,000 a year. She also began modeling as a pin-up in various men’s

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magazines. By 1955, her marriage with Phillips went south and Candy filed for divorce. Unfortunately for Troy, he wouldn’t accept defeat. On the 28th of January, Troy drunkenly broke into Candy’s apartment and threatened her. She grabbed a .22 caliber rifle and shot him in the stomach, just above the groin. She later quipped that she had accidentally shot high and missed her real target. The publicity of the shooting threw Candy even further into the public eye and she went to Hollywood where she taught A-list actresses like Joan Collins how to dance dirty, and continued to do so on her own, headlining at night spots like the Largo Club. It was there that she met Mickey Cohen, the notorious gangster. After their brief and no doubt expensive fling, they split up and Candy wed Hollywood hairdresser Jack Sahakian in a fairytale wedding. But Candy’s luck was running out. Shortly after the wedding, police officers raided her Dallas apartment, confiscating less than an ounce of marijuana and arresting Candy. Local law enforcement was intent upon making an example of Candy, and she was sentenced to fifteen years behind bars. She proved a model prisoner, working in the laundry room and singing and dancing (with her clothes on), for the entertainment of fellow inmates. After serving three years, she was released for good behavior with a bus ticket back to Edna, TX. Upon arriving home, Candy married for the fourth and last time to a railroad worker named James Wilson. There she took care of her dying father and wrote a book of poetry entitled “A Gentle Mind… confused.” For the most part she stayed out of the public eye, though she did one nude shoot for “Oui” magazine in 1976, and danced her final show in 1998 at Dallas’ Ruby Room, before hanging up her spurs forever.

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Featured Pin-Up

Becky Lee and

The Pin Up Angels Photography by Ji Ji Lee Make Up by Eric Miyake

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Featured Pin-Up Becky Lee started modeling in 2007 after a friend suggested she take some photos. But, becoming a Pinup Angel started way back in 1998 when Kitty Baby and Becky Lee met and became friends long before they were pinups. “We lost touch with each other for a little while but our love of pinup brought us back together,” says Becky Lee. She started helping out the Pinup Angels early 2008 when she was a contestant in the Pinup Angels Patriotic Pinup Contest. She continued to volunteer donating photos and helping out at care package parties. Becky Lee became an Official Pinup Angel in March 2009 at the Pinup Angels Easter care package party. “It is something close to my heart. Many of my family members were in the military, including my father who was in the navy and my Grandfather was a World War II veteran.” She works hard for the troops donating goods and baking cookies for the care packages. “I have a degree in culinary arts and specialized in baking and pastry so I love to make goodies for the

troops. I make the best fudge!” says Becky Lee. Becky Lee is also out and about working the Pinup Angel booth at many local events and distant events such as Viva Las Vegas and Ink n Iron. She and the other Pin Up Angels sign autographs for donations. You can also visit her website and purchase prints online and the proceeds will go to the Pinup Angel care package fund. “It is very important to support our troops; they are putting their lives at risk everyday so that we can be safe and have the freedom we have. As Pinup Angels, we use our “pinup powers” to do something good for some amazing people! I am truly honored to be a Pinup Angel”. Becky Lee and some of her fellow Pinup Angels are starring in the new hotrod film “Rat Rod Rockers!” that was released mid November. The Pinup Angels are “Pinups Supporting Our Troops”. The Pinup Angels were created in the spring of 2007 by Miss Kitty Baby, a U. S. Marine and Lola Deea sister to two Marines. We are currently

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Featured Pin-Up staffed by a team of hardworking pin-up girls from all over the USA. Having sent care packages since the Iraq war started, we were looking for a new way to raise funds to pay for the contents and postage of the packages. The idea of ‘putting our pin-ups to work’ seemed like it might be a viable fundraiser. Instead of these fun images sitting in a file folder somewhere, they are out there helping us raise money for care packages. The Pinup Angels staff are not only models, they are also the driving force behind all of the boxes packed, and they work the events we appear at. We are also grateful to have help and support from countless individuals in our communities that are not on our immediate staff. Our care package recipients are typically deployed servicemen and women serving in Iraq and Afghanistan with the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard.

We have booths at car shows, music shows, and other public events, as well as additional fundraisers. It helps us reach out to the community and get people involved in supporting our troops. It’s also a great place for you to meet The Pinup Angels and make a donation to help us raise the money we need to get the job done. For your donation you are rewarded with a signed pinup print and a smile! Carepackage goods include things such as fresh baked cookies, handmade cards, magazines, toiletries, snacks, candy, cds, socks, and our signed photos.

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Featured Pin-Up

“Our care package recipients are typically deployed servicemen and women serving in Iraq and Afghanistan with the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard.”

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Donate and learn more about

The Pin Up Angels

on the following websites:

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Show Us Your Tatts!

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Show Us Your Tatts!

featuring Kelsey Castaneda I have always been fond of tattoos since I was little. My parents were very strict so I waited until I was eighteen years old to get my first one. On my eighteenth birthday, I went to Big Daddies in Harbor City, California and got a blue “Morpho” butterfly on my right wrist. It represents where I was born; Belize. From then on, I fell in love with getting tattoos. I have eight currently. The tattoo that has the most meaning to me is the organ heart with a banner and my grandmothers nickname “Ita” I have right above my elbow. She’s my biggest inspiration. A couple months later, I got a rose on my hip in San Pedro at Ship Shape Tattoo. I got

it because my mom and sister have one as well. It symbolizes the relationship we have showing that we will always be there for each other. I also have a quote on the left of my back that reads “Caterpillar by day, Butterfly by night”. It’s my favorite quote by Coco Chanel. It means I’m very calm during the day but I live for the night. The artist who did this tattoo is named “Tazer”, he also did the red star on my left wrist with my mom’s name across it.

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Show Us Your Tatts!

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Show Us Your Tatts! Tazer also did the outline for my Sugar Skull on the inside of my arm. I got the coloring done at ‘Your Cheating Heart” in Gardena. My best friend has a matching one as well but with different colors. After going to several different tattoo shops, I found the artist that I want most of my artwork done by. His names Lenny, he works Big Daddies. He did my “Dia de los Muertos”

girl on my left forearm along with the Frankenstein tattoo on my left shoulder. I got Frankenstein because I’m a big classic horror fanatic and have always been fantasized with the story of Frankenstein.

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ta’s Little Helpers! A Sweet and Sexy lil’ Tale About Santa’s Naughty lil’ Elves!

Starring Santa’s Helpers: Lorelei Lee Babydoll Jessica Rose Betty Bree Miss Rayna Megan O’ Mary Miss Micah Miss Chrystal Miss Samantha With photography by: Charlie Girl Robin Cook Photography Philip Austin Photography Glamour Girl Pinups J Rose Photography Miss Missy Photography

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Miss Lorelei Lee helps decorate the tree!

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Hanging the lights was not so easy!

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Miss Babydoll checks the list twice!

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To find all the naughty boys to kiss Christmas night!

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Three ‘lil elves fight over gifts!

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While Miss Jessica Rose blows us a kiss!

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Before Miss Rayna will let you see...

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She has to put her presents under the tree!

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Miss Megan ‘O Mary collects lights for the tree ...

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While Miss Micah does The Christmas Hula ... her specialty!

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Miss Chrystal remembers all her sweet thoughts...

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As she dreams of her lover Mister Jack Frost!

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Santa’s ‘lil helpers are done for this year

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...but Miss Samantha wishes you some naughty good cheer! Christmas 2010 The Pin Up  63 

The Domestic Diva Featuring,

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r. Beat in egg 1. Beat butter and suga flour, cocoa, and molasses. Combine pper and cinbaking soda, ginger, pe . Stir into butter namon in another bowl urs. mixture. Wrap; chill 2 ho F. Roll half ees gr 2. Heat oven to 350 de rface to 1/8 of dough on a floured su th a 3-inch inch thick. Cut shapes wi eased baking cutter; transfer to ungr aining dough. sheets. Repeat with rem F for 11 minutes. 3. Bake at 350 degrees s to cool. DecoTransfer cookies to rack in with extra rate with Icing; do not th water.

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Pin Up of the Month

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The Pin Up Christmas Special 2010