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15/12/2012 at 22:47
Can anyone help? I need a sheep costume for my daughter in size 3-4 or thereabouts. She was only told yesterday what she is going to be in the nativity and needs it by next weekend hence the ask! If anyone has one they are willing to sell, I'd be grateful!
15/12/2012 at 22:50
If you can't get one in time what about a pillow case with head and arm holes cut out, stick loads of cotton wool on. And black tights genius
15/12/2012 at 22:54
Ooo! That's a good idea. She was a sheep last year, but just wore black leggings and a furry cardigan/jacket. Now she's older, she just looks a bit odd in that combo, which is why I thought I'd buy a 'proper' costume!
16/12/2012 at 05:37
I saw them this week in asda living if you have one if those, I didn't look at sizes but would've thought they would do the size your after. Hth
16/12/2012 at 06:21
I had to make one at short notice last year: Arran jumper, black leggings, black nose (eye liner) and I made some ears by cutting some shapes out of a cereal box, sticking them to an Alice band and covering in cotton wool. Ta-dah! (said sheep then refused to go on stage and watched the show on my knee!)
16/12/2012 at 08:12
In my sons play the sheep wore black shorts and white t-shirts!
16/12/2012 at 08:40
C was a sheep last year, and there were some in the play this year. The school made headbands/masks, do you know if these are being made for the children?
Some parents bought costumes off ebay, and others were in white clothes. One girl was wearing a white faux fur jacket, another was wearing a gilet. I think home made costumes look a lot better than shop bought, they just look cuter.
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