Added May 22, 2013
Grand Rapids , M...
With that said my role in this candy themed event was to create 3 “Candy Queens”
The Candy Queen:
Dressed in Yellow, The top is covered in rhinestones wrapped in cellophane.
In the original dress had the bottom hem covered in the rhinestones… But the runway was extremely long and too hard for her to walk in.
The Frosting Queen:
White corset top with a layered bottom. I used a nubby fleece, tulle and glitter.
I also made her jewelry and scepter
The Chocolate Queen:
Emily was a champ… this costume weighed a TON.
The top corset is covered in Bathroom caulk that I piped with a pastry bag and then painted brown.
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