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Topic: I choose you, Pikachu!  (Read 1001 times)
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« on: September 10, 2013 02:38:20 AM »

For Halloween last year, I decided to channel my inner Pokenerd and become Pikachu! Following a YouTube tutorial from Secretlifeofabionerd, I made a few hats and then an easy, no-sew dress from an oversized T that I made by tracing a formfitting bodycon dress and then cutting it out, making an off the shoulder/dolman type neckline. Then I took the hem as scrap and wove it up and down the sides, thereby eliminating the need to sew. My friend and I ended up wearing them our hats that night - she wore a black skirt and yellow shirt and I wore my dress. Super cute and easy!

   
« Last Edit: September 10, 2013 02:44:46 AM by daydreamer » THIS ROCKS   Logged
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It's great and the color is fantastic!
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