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Topic: Turkish Vest & Belt made of Can Tabs for Bellydancing!! (pic bloated)  (Read 10137 times)
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« Reply #30 on: April 05, 2010 02:18:34 PM »

Thanks Smiley where did u get the grey gauze skirt and hip scarf
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« Reply #31 on: April 05, 2010 02:24:57 PM »

This so rocks! And another (wonderful) thing to add to my list.  Cheesy
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mieljolie
« Reply #32 on: April 05, 2010 03:25:02 PM »

Thanks for finding my stuff worthy of your list, rottenlittleboys!

Thanks Smiley where did u get the grey gauze skirt and hip scarf

Just about all my costuming items are from second-hand stores.  Everything, even the jewelry, are thrift store and flea market finds.  Except for the hair flower with the pop tabs dangly.  That was made for me a craftster swap by spooky.kitty. 

The grey skirt is actually an acrylic/rayon blend with a black/white print that looks like gauze.  The brand is "Dressin Gaudy".  How funny is that.  I usually don't prefer synthetics, but I liked the color and weight of this one.  I'll probably make is fuller in the future with some rayon remnants I've been saving.  The short embroidered black over-skirt is a cotton skirt I cut up the front and took the lining out of.  The hip scarf is really a poncho-style shawl.   So, I'm ready if it gets chilly out.  Smiley

You'd really be amazed at what you can find around with a little imagination!
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