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She wanted rhinestone bridal tank tops and she *gasp* got puff paint. The response from the other people on theknot forums is hilarious.


  1. Yikes! Those shirts did not come out well AT ALL!.


  2. that is one ugly shirt. the show might be fun to watch, though-maybe the etsy seller thinks it might be good publicity, otherwise I can't see anyone actually agreeing to go on a show like that.


  3. What a hideous shirt! How on earth did the seller think that puff paint would be an okay substitute for rhinestones? I bet this monstrosity is an alchemy project. About 99% of the responses to Alchemy requests make it very apparent from the start that they have not really read the request.

    And the old addage "any publicity is good publicity" does not apply when it showcases what a crappy product the seller has.

    Betsy Etc

  4. Who the heck wants bedazzled tank tops for a bridal shower anyway? Besides 19 year old trailer park brides that is.......

    forum rubbernecker

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