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I would like to make a bowling pin costume. I have found some online, but they are $39-$60! Can anyone help with some suggestions? Thanks!
By Jeanne from Tinley Park, IL
Get some foam rubber that is sold in upholstery stores-it is sold by the yard. Cut out the bowling pin shape-front and back and make like a sandwich board. Paint as desired. Wear white sweat under it.
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Memaw with Granddaughter before going to her bowling party. Lorelynn (the bowling pin) won 1st place and was featured on Ebonite's web-site. She loves to bowl and Memaw always supported her.
By Summer Davis from Oak Grove, Ky
Great costume! I always love to see homemade original costumes. They're so much more interesting than the storebought ones. Thanks for sharing this one. (04/20/2006)
Great costume for one cute girl. Memaw looks cute
and proud too! (04/21/2006)
They both are so happy looking. Congrats on her winning 1st place! I bet Memaw is so proud!
I seen that you were from Oak Grove, KY. I lived there once when hubby was at Ft. Campbell. Kinda miss living there in a way. (04/22/2006)