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At Fabric Mart: Our Costume Choices

If Fabric Mart were having a Hallowen Party,
 what would you dress up as?
Gabby: Poison Ivy
Lisa: Jasmine
Kaitlin: Walrus
Jen: Crazy Cat Lady
Amy: Black Cat
Christine: Witch
Sandy: Pink Chicken
Chris: Cat Woman
Brett: Grimm Reaper
Sharon: Snow White
Lisa: Baby Bunny
Julie: German Girl

What are you going to be for Halloween?
Make a costume for you, a friend, or a family member and then show us your costume by entering our Halloween Costume Contest to win a $100 gift certificate to shop at Fabric Mart.
Entries are due November 1st, 2012.

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