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Rules: Di Cummings, one of Australia’s leading doll show specialists and collectors has agreed to manage the CC20 Doll Show, Threads of Time.
THREADS OF TIME
A Costume Competition for Dolls & Other Creatures
TIME ZONE - SECTION 1
Any Doll - as acquired by Entrant
J. Post 2001
TIME ZONE - SECTION 2
Any Doll - Dressed by Entrant
S. Post 2001
OTHER 'SOFT' CREATIONS
Item used - not necessarily created by you
W. "I SAW YOU IN THE MOVIES"
Examples: A Crocodile as Crocodile Dundee
A Bear as ?, A Cat as ?, etc
X. "OUT THE BACK OF BEYOND"
Any Futuristic Design
Y. "I DREAMT OF YOU LAST NIGHT"
Z. "SOMETHING DIFFERENT"
One item- Stretch your imagination.
ARTISTIC DISPLAY SECTION
A Scene created by you
A BLAST FROM THE PAST
1. 15" x 15"
2. 30" x 30"
THE CENTRE OF LEARNING
3. 15" x 15"
4. 30" x 30"
Entries must be received between 2-5pm on the Friday of Costume-Con 20. Arrangements for collection or shipping can be made with the organisers.
For a full set of guidelines and the entry form, contact us.
Miscellaneous Notes: [Recollections - to be confirmed! brd]
The orange pigs were by Lisa Ashton.
The zoo-ters (zoot suit animals) were by Nora Mai.
The last two images (purple and red flat hanging-style dolls) were by Alix Jordan.
The doll in black with the top hat was by Karen Dick.
The Holly Hobbie Horse (Best in Show) was by Susan Eisenhour.
I believe the box-like doll was made by Gloria White.
The Mary Queen of Scots doll was made by the same woman who did that costume in the Historical Masquerade.
Bruinhild, made by ?