Trib readers will design gowns for best actress nominee
Trib Total Media is again offering our readers the chance to design a fabulous gown for a best actress nominee. This year, Meryl Streep is our red-carpet model.
Download and print the attached .pdf file. Trim the doll and paste it onto cardboard. Feel free to use fabric, bangles, sparkles and miniature accessories in creating your fab fashion.
The grand prize winner will receive a prize package that includes a pair of tickets to the "Lights! Glamour! Action!" black-tie gala, hosted by the Pittsburgh Film Office on Feb. 26; a portable DVD player; and a set of "Movie Star" paper dolls.
The grand prize winner will receive a prize package that includes a pair of tickets to the Hollywood Party at the Palace, a black-tie gala hosted by the Westmoreland Cultural Trust on Feb. 25; a portable DVD player; and a set of "Movie Star" paper dolls.
Two runners-up will receive a $50 gift card for DVD purchases and a set of "Movie Star" paper dolls.
Don't forget to include your name, address and telephone number. To be eligible for prizes, contestants must live within the Trib Total Media coverage area.
Mail or deliver your entry to:
Paper Doll Contest, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 503 Martindale St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Paper Doll Contest, Tribune-Review, 622 Cabin Hill Drive, Greensburg, PA 15601
Paper Doll Contest, Valley News Dispatch, 210 Fourth Ave., Tarentum, PA 15084
Entries must be received by 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20.
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