This is clever! Thanks to Mhhadfield for showing me. I’m afraid I don’t know who to credit for the picture, but I think it is awesome.
The professor couldn’t have done better!
It’s great isn’t it. Actually I think the professor could, if he had the time to spare!?!
Ok wow, that’s amazing!
I wish I could take some credit, but I’m afraid I have no idea who achieved this incredible result.
Very interesting! What an imagination!
What? When you tired of it, you just throw it in the trash? LOL, it is so cute
Or read it! Wait a minute, you’d probably already have read it!
that is some awestriking couture*
A bit short for me and it rains a lot in England!
Cute huh. I want to know who made it though.
I need that dress! Wow!
Couln’t wear it in the rain though. 🙂
Reblogged this on Spookymrsgreen's Blog and commented:
This is fabulous!
Thank you so much, you’ve made my day!
For some reason this was in my spam folder, I’m so glad I checked because I hadn’t realised you reblogged this.
You are welcome!
It’s totally not my style but so clever! I saw a paper frock recently that I really didi like and would wear, but I can’t remember where I saw it. (duhh!) 🙂
Thanks for following.
I can’t imagine paper would be wearable (paper pants in hospital – yuk) but I thought it was clever too.
I love this dress 🙂 It’s so creative!
It is clever isn’t it. I wish I knew who made it.
this is a nerdy girl’s dream! love it.
Thank you. I shall be doing falconry tomorrow, I’m not sure it’s appropriate but I’m going to wear it. (Not hunting, just flying).
Ahh. Wrong post! I am not, not, not wearing a dress made from a book whilst doing falconry. I thought you were commenting on a different post, sorry. What an idiot I am!
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I like the lace strip it took the dress to a new level 🙂
I agree totally. Thanks for stopping by.
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