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i have to do a box all about me, i just can't think on what to do?
maybe a catwalk but like what?

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  1. I don't know what you mean by catwalk.

    However as you think of things about yourself, consider your:
    friends
    hobbies
    family
    favorite TV shows, games, colors, sports, etc.
    trips you've taken
    shopping?
    special events in your life?

  2. thanks..
    im making my box its kind of retro neon colours, i have all luminous bright colours splattered all around it , at the back i drilled holes in and iv made a type of corset lace look , with the bright orange pink and green lace, inside ive got half a barbie hanging, wearing a tutu iv made, so far.
    so any ideas what else i can do?
    this is one out of 3 boxes im doing the others are going to be more about me, this is just quite random.
    what would you say retro is?
    what else can i put in the middle?

    sorry if you don't get me its all a bit confusing :L
    i just have no imagination lol xx

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