Hi Everyone! I'm back to wrap up the topic with a look at pulling all the items together for the Showtime Theme! As an added bonus, we have a set of mix & Match dress up ideas from Donna Kinley showing us some cute ideas for your dolls next dress-up party! Now let's take a look at all the details for creating the different dress-up looks shown in the video!Start with plain solid base. Could be a dress like the Versatile Reversible Tunic, leotard (ours is made from the Free Swimsuit pattern), or tank top and leggings.Lace overlay: Use soft wide gathered lace and soft cording, ribbon, or midi braid trim.Use the doll’s waist circumference as a guide for the size to cut the lace. Take this measurement over the base garment. Then measure along the bound edge of the lace (not the free edge). Cut trim 2 to 3 times as long as the waist measure- ment. Center on the lace and zigzag along the lace binding to apply.Tie lace overlay around the shoulders to create a lacy cape.Use vintage jewelry as accents. Fun clip-on ear- rings and brooches can often be found at yard sales and thrift shops.Tie the lace around the waist as a skirt overlay and add a clip on earring at the center front neck- line.Fringe can be done in the same way as the lace, or you can simply use a safety pin or sew on a snap for a closure. The safety pin allows for slight adjustments of the length. You may need to add seam sealant or stitching to prevent raveling at the ends of the fringe.Drape two pieces across the body like two sash- es and add a piece of jewelry at the cross point.Head bands can be made quickly from lace or elastic. This can be tied or sewn to fit your doll’s head.Add a piece of jewelry to the headband. You can buy beaded trim that can be cut to a long neck- lace length and secured at the ends. This one has thread wrapped around and tied securely. Add a couple of fringe “skirts”.Lace Gloves: Use stretch lace to create arm bands. Be sure to use lace that doesn’t ravel out as it is stretched or finish the edges if needed.For this look, add some jewelry to a headband and to the front of the garment. Feathers and boa trim can be found at the craft store. Just cut a length of trim and slide a feather behind the headband. Use a sparkly fabric to make a dress overlay. Use a safety pin as a back closure if desired.Put the opening in the front to wear as a long vest. Add a piece of jewelry to the center front of the garment. String beads onto some elastic thread to create stretchy jewelry. Especially good for doll brace- lets. Look for beads that have larger holes for easier stringing. Tie thread in a secure knot before trimming thread tails.Fancy hats and shoes can change the look of an outfit. Keep an eye out for doll size accessories when you are at the store!