Added Aug 11, 2011
Start with cutting pieces of soluble film and net to about the size of a sheet of printer paper to start with, for ease of handling. Lay out the heavy soluble film, then the net on top, smoothing out flat. Cut out the lace motifs and arrange on the net in a pattern pleasing to you (or imitative of a certain royal wedding dress!). pin down - I used a cutting board's grid to help with the layout of the design.
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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