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  1. #11
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    Oct 2005
    Dallas, TX
    Fun accessories and "props" are also a must. My own costume box had wedding bouquets, plastic microphones, old phones, empty perfume bottles, and a rubber chicken.

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  3. #12
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    Apr 2005
    Hats are wonderful. Hardhats and safety glasses can be found from anyone who works in construction (every job that requires them provides them). A real stethiscope is fun if you are willing to splerge a little. The thrift stores usually have wedding veils but it may be cheeper to make one. Sometimes you can find old military uniforms at the thrift store. How about swimming gear such as goggles, breathing tube and those webbed feet things (the name escapes me). Provide some pillows so that she can stuff the clothes. Lots of costume jewlery.


  4. #13
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    Dec 2004
    Everyone's suggestions are great! As a former preschool teacher, I have to say that you can never go wrong with just plain, silky fabric in multiple colors. We had a bunch at my school and the kids LOVED them- they used them as capes, dresses, skirts, hats, blankets for their dolls/animals, etc.

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