From the recycled section - with an ocean theme.
Millie models a "Bulls-Eye" outfit - her family are into Archery!!
Georgie is one of our keenest and most creative entrants each year. This stunning outfit is fashioned from 2500 Stubbie caps from the R.S.L. club, on a wire base. The only new materials are the red and white spray paints!
A coffe theme, with disposable cups lined with paper doileys
And this one, designed and made by Emma, is made from thousands of bread tags! The garment is fashioned to represent our popular local trumpeter fish.
A number of little ones took part. Here Mirabelle, Sienna and Teddy model the theme "Mum told me to clean up the Toy Room."
Donna entered the "Bizarre Bra" section. She said that her creation was a result of diving to the bottom of her craft basket and staying there for quite a while!
Origami paper cranes embellish this garment!
A beautiful jellyfish....
...accompanied by a lovely seascape!
Scallop shells, with Vicki and daughter Imogen.
Emma took to the catwalk in pheasants' feathersThis garment was named "The Barking Bride". It has been fashioned from Paperbark and wood shavings.
The garment above, and the two that follow, are a trio designed by Wayne, and modelled by his sister and two nieces. They feature Pandanus and plaited Tapa cloth.
I think you will agree they are quite stunning!
Here below is a slightly risque one made (by Lou)from "adult balloons"
Wayne and Georgie were judged real winners, and as designers, they won the chance to go to the big WOW festival in Wellington later in the year.
It was a wonderful evening. The atmosphere was almost electric. It showed off the best of the "Give it a Go" spirit of Norfolkers, and demonstrated just a little of the wonderful creative talent of this island!