Added Nov 2, 2012
(Near) Leeds, Un...
I bought some animal print fabric (1×1.5metres) and made a simple dress by wrapping it around my body allowing it to overlap then inserting elastic into the top. Then I made a simple shoulder strap to help keep the top of the dress on! I cut the bottom to look ragged and cut a ragged strip of fabric to use as a belt which brought it in at my waist making it more flattering. And that was that! I made some bones from white foam to use in my hair and as a necklace.
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