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  • Rachel Smallwood

    Sugar Bee Crafts: ghost pillow case dress

  • Melissa Yorgason

    here's how to make a Ghost dress - even a beginner sewer can make this one! Halloween Dresses - Sugar Bee Crafts

  • Emily Hill

    Ghost pillowcase dress- possible (easy) Halloween costume for Madelyn.

  • Sugar Bee Crafts

    Super cute Ghost Pillowcase Dress - simple sewing for fall - - (Halloween Dresses - Sugar Bee Crafts)

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