You may recall from my blog about this tutu that I wrote about this time last year, that the zombie tutu was more of a work of art than just a tutu. It's made of 8 layers of tulle, one side representing the human side, the other the zombie side, with shades varying from already changed over to perfectly human. I was very proud of the way it turned out. I believe it tells a story all on it's own. So, it was very rewarding to have someone who loves zombies as much as Piper does also see the value in my creation.
|My sister Braidi modeling the Zombie tutu|
Piper's husband is a DJ on Culture Vulture radio. You should check it out!
Here is a banner and a link to her shop.
I'm not exactly sure what the fascination is with zombies. I know that they have obviously caught my attention lately, too. One of the best ways I have found to get my students to read is to let them choose their own book and lately, they've been choosing zombie books at almost every opportunity. I think that Piper's dolls appeal to kids of all ages, even those who don't know what a zombie is. They are fun, cute, and of course a little creepy. Best of all, you get all of the great zombie features without that annoying zombie smell!
Please check out her shop if you get a chance!