french dress forms - who does not love them? i wouldn't mind 7 or 8 of them lined up in my house. i could decorate them like christmas trees. OR: i could drape art from them - jewelry or garlands of candy or lights.
i could open one up in the front and make it into a secretary desk.
i could use one as a hat tree or coat rack.
i could make one into a clock.
i could put a small refrigerator in one or make on into a lamp. that would be fun. make a french dress form out of a translucent dried rabbit skin and put a light bulb inside it.
OR: it would be fun to use on as a projection screen for home movies.
one could be made into the character karen from spongebob square pants. or the maid in the jetson's. i think her name was rosie the robotic maid.
the dress form would look good collaged or painted in bold colors. or even colored in a vintage tea stain color and plastered in old love letters like french correspondence or old pictures. OR: one could be used as a boa holder or a scarf holder.
or, it could be stripped to its wires and made into a birdcage.
a couple could be made out of cement with a wire running between them, placed in the garden to hold up creeping vines. hopefully old zinfindel vines. or a fountain spout.
one could be placed one the roof with directions attached to the top to use as a weather vane.
there are so many things one could do with a french dress form. but mostly it would just be fun to have at least one left as is for a cool display or conversation piece. no home should be without one.