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Decorated woman's bra

Posted by williamsburgjane (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 12, 10 at 23:50

Help, my daughter has to decorate a woman's bra for Relay for Life contest. All bras will be put on a web site and everyone can vote on the one they like the best. Right now we both have a blank mind! Anybody got any ideas?


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RE: Decorated woman's bra

Pink ribbons and bedazzle with pink rhinestones all in support of breast cancer.


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You could cover it with silk flowers, along with the pink ribbons

Or cover it with aluminum foil to make it look futuristic. (A bra for a robot?)

Walk thorough any craft store and you will see lots of things that could be attached to a bra.


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There was a web site with some amazing ones linked from GW once I thought...
If you google decorated bras you get some inspiration...
Here is a link to images from that search.

Here is a link that might be useful: Decorated bras


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I forgot to say...

As a garden junker, I think I would do something like a mushroom on one side and a gnome on the other!
Kathy


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If you choose to go with pink, you could make flamingos with the cups as the main body parts and the head winding around the straps. Then you could have legs dangling off of that. Use the feathers on the rear.


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Thank you for all your wonderful ideas and photos. You have been a big help! :o)


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Women's unwillingness to take their bosom by the reins could stem from an unwillingness to celebrate one's sexuality, at least as it is defined by the D cup stereotype � does anyone over 30 want to be the Hooters girl, as it were?
Then check it out the given link below.

Here is a link that might be useful: plus size bra


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