I've made a Vocaloid Magnet Dress

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mariacarlo
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I've made a Vocaloid Magnet Dress

Postby mariacarlo » Wed May 18, 2011 6:13 pm

Hey guys,
I've made a Vocaloid Magnet Dress out of a Cheap Wedding Gown. I'm so excited that I want the world to know about it!
Check the pic here: http://www.miccostumes.com/blog/wp-cont ... /17+17.jpg

And I also made a tutorial about it at my blog: http://www.miccostumes.com/blog/how-to- ... ets-dress/

Actually I run a cosplay blog(http://www.miccostumes.com/blog) with some of my friends. We share lots of interesting stuff about cosplay and AMG. You should pay us a visit!

elenaanddamon
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Re: I've made a Vocaloid Magnet Dress

Postby elenaanddamon » Wed May 18, 2011 11:08 pm

:D your tutorial realy helps me```` thank you to share this wonderful idea with us
it will save me much money

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Re: I've made a Vocaloid Magnet Dress

Postby katherinee » Wed May 18, 2011 11:22 pm

Your tutorials are helpful. But I will be really glad if I can find a really CHEAP new wedding dress first. Boys and girls, don’t buy a new wedding gown. On the contrary, go to a second-hand bridal shop. There, lots of used bridal gowns without evidence of wearing are available on much lower prices. Or, go to a tailor shop and customize a dress directly. After all, this one seems rather simple. It won’t be difficult for an experienced tailor and you will also save a lot.

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Re: I've made a Vocaloid Magnet Dress

Postby mariacarlo » Thu May 19, 2011 5:54 pm

elenaanddamon wrote::D your tutorial realy helps me```` thank you to share this wonderful idea with us
it will save me much money



It is always fun to make my own costume.

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Re: I've made a Vocaloid Magnet Dress

Postby mariacarlo » Thu May 19, 2011 5:55 pm

katherinee wrote:Your tutorials are helpful. But I will be really glad if I can find a really CHEAP new wedding dress first. Boys and girls, don’t buy a new wedding gown. On the contrary, go to a second-hand bridal shop. There, lots of used bridal gowns without evidence of wearing are available on much lower prices. Or, go to a tailor shop and customize a dress directly. After all, this one seems rather simple. It won’t be difficult for an experienced tailor and you will also save a lot.


Excelent advice, katherinee!

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Re: I've made a Vocaloid Magnet Dress

Postby stanbrenak » Thu May 19, 2011 9:03 pm

Nice blog you've got there!

elenaanddamon
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Re: I've made a Vocaloid Magnet Dress

Postby elenaanddamon » Fri May 20, 2011 1:19 am

mariacarlo wrote:
elenaanddamon wrote::D your tutorial realy helps me```` thank you to share this wonderful idea with us
it will save me much money



It is always fun to make my own costume.


Do you make some accessories by yourself?

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Re: I've made a Vocaloid Magnet Dress

Postby mariacarlo » Mon May 23, 2011 5:29 pm

stanbrenak wrote:Nice blog you've got there!



Thank you!

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Re: I've made a Vocaloid Magnet Dress

Postby mariacarlo » Mon May 23, 2011 5:32 pm

elenaanddamon wrote:
mariacarlo wrote:
elenaanddamon wrote::D your tutorial realy helps me```` thank you to share this wonderful idea with us
it will save me much money



It is always fun to make my own costume.


Do you make some accessories by yourself?


Sometimes! It depends on what kind of accessories. I usually make the simple ones!


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