I’ve had to hide upstairs to write this because our wi-fi has decided it’s only going to work if I’m sitting right next to the router. Thanks, Virgin.
Anyway, how excited were we when Tess first appeared on screen in a colour other than dark blue/black?
“White tissue paper!” shouted six-year-old, before changing her mind and yelling “kitchen roll!”
Four-year-old, meanwhile, had another idea. She already has a “wedding dress” for her dolls (thanks, Wilko) and stuck that on top of the purple spangly number her Barbie was already wearing.
Not bad, littl’un.
Meanwhile, six-year-old got on the case with the kitchen roll. She’s even managed the neckline.
Granny’s staying with us and she also took the kitchen-roll option, although she declared that she was giving up because she “wasn’t really watching the dancing”. Anyway, here’s “Tess-punzel”.
Wow, we’re busy. Here comes a picture from Abi in Norwich. You remember Abi; she’s played before. She’s an ACTUAL FASHION STYLIST. Look. http://agstyling.blogspot.co.uk/
Abi has gone for white paper on her mannequin. Check those pleats.
And finally I’ve finished mine. I got the white tissue paper and our old friend sellotape. I thought about using a keyring for the neckline, but a discarded hairband (believe me, our house is full of them) worked better.
Right. That’s us. Who else is playing? Send me your pictures to email@example.com