Elegantly Frugal Costumes: The Poor Man's Do-it-yourself Costume Maker's Guide
While we all enjoy the splendour that is Hollywood, extravagant costumes are not something most community theatres or schools can afford. Share some ideas that have proven effective - use some shortcuts that will save you time, money and headaches. A limited budget doesn't mean you can't have elegant costumes. Here is most everything you need to know about making costumes for plays, pageants or musicals ... and at minimum expense. Over 150 detailed illustrations that show you how to do it yourself, easily!
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