Tesco Warrior Princess Costume Handsewn From Plastic Shopping Bags

November 8, 2011 by  
Filed under Eco, Green, Recycle

With this Tesco Plastic Bag Warrior Princess costume, Ria Burns is taking no prisoners in our Green Halloween Costume Contest . She used 15 old plastic shopping bags sewn together to start the bodice, and the detailed corset and arm bands spun together from leftover yarn complete the outfit. The cardboard sword, added to claim triumph of tackiness, may just be enough to make her Queen of this year’s competition. If you like the Tesco Plastic Bag Warrior Princess , vote for her in our Green Halloween Costume Contest – voting ends today at 11:59 p.m. EST! VOTE HERE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: costume contest , diy halloween costume , Do-It-Yourself Halloween Costume , eco costumes , eco halloween , eco halloween costume , green costumes , green halloween , Green Halloween Costume Contest , halloween costume contest , handmade halloween costume , hans solo carbonite costume , homemade halloween costume , inhabitat , Inhabitat 2011 Green Halloween Costume Contest , organic halloween costume , recycled plastic bags , tesco , tesco plastic bag costume , tesco plastic bags , tesco shopping bags

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