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    Ha ha ha ha ha! If I had a kid, I'd totally do a creepy four leg photo like that!

    The other one is AWESOME, but too complicated to whip together in time!

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    Why does googling circus costumes only bring up tarty looking ones. I however thought of this
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    clown, acrobat, bearded lady, ringmaster, elephant, lion, lion tamer (whip/hat/chair), clairvoyant
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    clown, acrobat, bearded lady, ringmaster, elephant, lion, lion tamer (whip/hat/chair), clairvoyant
    Personally, I'd go the lion tamer. Gives you a good reason to buy a whip...if you don't have one in your collection already Shrillian. Try and get hold of a children's chair though - don't want to have to carry around a dining chair.

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    Subbing for this as its my work party theme too

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    Hula hoop with cellophane around it for a ring of fire....work it in somehow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    Why does googling circus costumes only bring up tarty looking ones. I however thought of this
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    I know! I've been having the same issue!!!

    I was thinking about a head carousel, but it might be too much work... (Says she who is happier to stitch a rough dress together!!! Ha ha!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Personally, I'd go the lion tamer. Gives you a good reason to buy a whip...if you don't have one in your collection already Shrillian. Try and get hold of a children's chair though - don't want to have to carry around a dining chair.
    Ha ha ha! No lion or tamer here. I know others will be already.

    Just imagining carrying my dining chair around... Ha ha ha ha ha!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moongazer View Post
    Hula hoop with cellophane around it for a ring of fire....work it in somehow?
    That's an interesting idea! Could use coloured tissue paper and cellophane to fake it somehow? But then I'd have to think of a separate dress as well. This is why the balloons with glitter is appealing to me - dress and outfit in one!


 

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