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COSTUME D.I.Y.: Not sure how to get decked out for our Renaissance Ball on Friday, November 15? Check out these instructions to make a fast and easy D.I.Y. Renaissance-style Ruff, using a stapler, hole punch, scissors, ribbon and coffee filters! You can download a PDF of the instructions at http://www.daytonartinstitute.org/events-activities/prime-time-party-rental-series/renaissance-ball/costume-diy-coffee-filter-ruff-nec.

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Extra Long White Elven Cape

Back view of the Princess Zelda wedding gown we created for our bridal customer Elizabeth. We designed a high-low over shirt that she wears over her dress. The white lace has clear crystals decorat...

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Viking Drinking Horn Vessels and Accessories

Viking clothing by ~weavedmagic on https://alehorn.com Good use of woven or card loom work

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The inset is worn over the Classic chemise and one comes with the German Gown. This listing is for an extra inset so you can change to a different color. The reversible to black inset provides a lift for your bosom and holds in your tummy. In medieval times, the inset might have been a complete dress extending to the floor. We chose to create this abbreviated design which just may have been the choice of our medieval ancestors. The inset is reversible and machine washable. $85

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Overlay Skirt for Costume - Lots of Colors - Renaissance Faire - Pirate Wench - Handmade

These skirts look easy enough to make! Just take a square piece of fabric, and cut out a hole for the waist, like one would for a circle skirt!

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Start with a collar. Add a sheer curtain, (attaching in just 3 places). Put it on and tie it with a ribbon under your chin or a fancy brooch from your old jewelry box. The perfect addition to your wardrobe.

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