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« on: October 12, 2007 07:51:06 AM »

Ok, here goes.
This isn't really Halloween related, but with all you crafty costume people swimming around on here, I was hoping someone could help.

For a show we're putting on at school... we have a group of Clockwork Toys. We want their costumes to look really effective, but they need to be cheap. Really cheap.

They can't be in the form of dolls though, our clockwork toys. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what else we could make them!?

And also how we can really show that is what they are?!

Bit tricky but any help would be AWESOME.

I'm beginning to think this post makes little sense grammatically. But hopefully someone will understand.

 Grin Ami
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« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2007 11:25:04 AM »

You could go to a thrift store and buy some toys to take apart and screw back together. Like in Toy Story the movie.
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