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on: October 02, 2013 06:20:31 AM 
Started by Tenitsu, Message by Tenitsu
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Okay... I'm offically stumped....

This year for halloween (yay my toddler is still young enough I get to decide her adorable costume), my 2 1/2 yr old is going as a little leopard... which we're making out of a few white n pink leopard print fleece throw blankets (horray for $2 blankets!).... Which we've all seen those bunting style jumpsuits (the kind with the legs and no feeties, and the hood attached), thats how we're doing my daughter's outfit (horray for functionability, cause its going to be her winter-wear too!)

Last year she went as a little homemade lamb and I was her shepard (it was adorable, I had a little cane, and my cloak and she rode in her baby sling all fluffed out in fluffy sherpa)

Now I completely stumped on how to design my costume to match her's (as I want to go as mommy-leopard...got to enjoy these occasions while I can!), but I dont really want that cheapo slutastic walmart "sexy-leopard" look either... I'd like a skirt and top, and legwarmers (the latter I've already got figured out) but the skirt n top I'm just stumped on... any idea's?

The fabric we're making both costumes from, I've got probably 3 or 4 of these blankets just for my costume alone and can always get more...just so anyone with idea's know's what I'm working with haha!!
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