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How to Refashion Thrift Store Clothes to Vintage - 1920's style costume - Thrift to Vintage ep1

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In this video I take you through the process of how I refashioned a thrift store dress I found from the 70's or 80's, and turned it into a great 1920s style vintage dress! It doesn't take much to transform modern and thrift store clothing into beautiful vintage style outfits! I do this all the time and always get asked about how I do it. I hope you get some inspiration from this video on the refashion your own outfits! _____ Hi! I'm Evelyn Wood, and I am a vintage fashion designer, dressmaker and sewing instructor. I have been making clothes all my life! My love is vintage fashion! I help 'dressmakers in the making' ( ie new sewers) to learn how to sew and make their own clothes! So if you're into sewing and vintage/retro style, this might just be THE place for you! _______________ Are you a new sewer?? You might like to enroll in my FREE 5-day Crash Course to Learn to Sew You will learn all about your machine what everything is and how to use it, how to sew fabric and even make your first project, a 1920's inspired bag! Enroll now at www.evelynwood.com.au ________ Lets be friends https://www.instagram.com/evelyn__wood https://www.facebook.com/EvelynWoodVintage
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Rick Holtz (9 days ago)
Hello Evelyn! Great concept for a channel! Having worked for many years as a Costume Designer, many of these hacks are familiar. Besides having the necessary skills of sewing and tailoring, you have to be able to see possibilities in a garment that has the proper silhouette- or could result in a period correct silhouette. Knowing about details like seaming, trim, prints and fabrics allows you to zero in on the best garment and assure those results. If you're like me you've spent a lifetime studying, reading, researching and looking at clothing details and the History of Costumes because it is our passion. Finding the right shoe or the right trim is exciting for people like us! Good job!
Evelyn Wood (5 days ago)
I have heard alot of costume designers for theaters do refashions like this!! 😀 It's all in the details!!
Christina Whale (18 days ago)
I once found a 70s wedding dress in a charity shop and turned it into a Georgian gown for the village 18th century street fair, won best dressed lady. It’s was so fun and you have inspired me to try a few more different era’s.
TheDaxbaby (23 days ago)
I love the music
Mr. Topenhat (2 months ago)
I just found this channel of yours and I prefer this style of fashion than the channels that reveals too much skin❣❣❣❣💓💓💖💖💗💕💕
Paper Angel ASMR (3 months ago)
Can you refashion a 1920'2 evening gown? My husband and I are hosting a roaring 20's Gatsby Murder Mystery party. I am supposed to be "Greta Garbled" haha. My character discription says that I should have chiffon on my dress. I want to stay away from the regular flapper dresses everyone wears to these parties, and wear an evening dress, for proper, classy women of that era. I found a dress from the 1980's to try to refashion, and oh how I wish we were friends!! I have no clue where to start!
Caty Chatelaine (3 months ago)
Absolutely beautiful ... you are so talented. I would love to have your talent wowww !!!
Charlotte Alexander (3 months ago)
Tres chic. 😀
Marian Wooten (3 months ago)
Beautiful dress.
Maria Nyce (4 months ago)
You’re such a doll! Too lovely & adorable, thanks so much for sharing your creativity with us!!!
Elizabeth Darcy (4 months ago)
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your channel! I’m so excited to have found you! You are delightful and your vintage designs are amazing! One thing I would like to see is the process of the actual sewing so that I would be able to try your ideas myself. I will be watching all your videos! I hope some of them show the actual sewing instruction. ❤️❤️❤️
Evelyn Wood (4 months ago)
Thanks for watching!! These are meant as more inspirational and to see my process I take in the whole refashion, they are not meant as a step by step tutorial. I decided to make it like this because 1. I felt like no one really shows the creative process and it's hard to learn and 2. every item for refashioning is different so it really hard to replicate exactly a dress you might find to what I did (unlike following directions from a pattern it is the same every time for example). I have done all my longer step by step instructions inside my courses at Vintage Sewing School, I have a course on altering and refashioning if your interested check it out and please send me any questions!
jackiline Wright (4 months ago)
The dress is adorable nice work !! Your lovely in it.
KatTerrific (5 months ago)
It looks AMAZING! So hard to believe that it wasn't 20s vintage. Question. What things do you specifically look for when thrifting?
Claire Canero (5 months ago)
I love it😄❤
Jennifer Hodge (5 months ago)
Beautiful. You are very talented. It was a joy watching . Thank you.
Meredydd Cooper (5 months ago)
All set for tea or a garden party! Just adorable!
Sharon La Tour (6 months ago)
So ADORABLE!!!
Margaret Sweeney (6 months ago)
Your designer finished clothes are so pretty think I will name you CoCo Wood
Evelyn Wood (6 months ago)
I love that!! x
Traci K (6 months ago)
Great video! And you look totally fab!
Vibeke Freitag (6 months ago)
Omg Evelyn. Your videos are just so inspiring 😍I took up a whole pile of clothes from the cellar that I wanted to sell on the next flea but now I will try to refashion them instead! 🤔🧐🤨🤓That’s so great. It will definitely not turn out as nice as your dresses but I am going to try. I love your videaos and you just make me smile. You look so sweet and beautiful and I love your humor. Everything is just like taken from a silent movie🎥 awww❤️❤️❤️
Evelyn Wood (6 months ago)
Aww thanks!! I'm so happy to hear your inspired to refashion to!! there is so much we can do with the 'trash' we already own or find in second-hand stores! It's is the best way to get really creative, as you can only use what you have in that garment! Good luck! xx
Bonnie Manning (7 months ago)
Just found your channel - excited to binge!
Evelyn Wood (7 months ago)
Thanks for binge-watching Bonnie! x
Lovely!! And definitely inspirational!!
Jan Reichard (7 months ago)
I love your refashions! Pretty dress!
Club1920s-Roleplay (8 months ago)
I look great in a sack!!!! This is for me :D :D
SherSunshineDesign (8 months ago)
Would like to know how you tied the burgundy scarf on your head in this video? Great conversation!
Evelyn Wood (8 months ago)
thanks for watching! There was no set pattern in this, just start at the nape and pull the long ties to the top of my head, then tie in a kind of bow and push and pull bits until I liked the way it hangs!
I just discovered you! I love all of your thrift to vintage tutorials, but I find it hard to hear you and concentrate on what you are saying with music playing in the background. It's probably just because I'm old, but it would be even more enjoyable if the music didn't play throughout the video. Just FYI.
Evelyn Wood (8 months ago)
Thanks so much for watching Gayle! I appreciate the feedback! This was one of my first videos, and I have been working on the level of background music as I learn to edit better! I I think I'm getting a better balance! x
Mary Raab (8 months ago)
I'm a novice seamstress. I noticed that you were taking in the sides of the dress and creating darts without measuring them to make sure that you had an equal amount of fabric deducted from each side. Do you do that once you take it off the mannequin? (You mentioned measuring the extended bust darts to make sure that they were even after removing the dress from the mannequin.) Do you use a tracing wheel to mark darts and side seams once you have taken the pins out? What do you suggest? Thank you! :)
Evelyn Wood (8 months ago)
Hi Mary! Yes, I always measure and check darts to make sure they are even!! I just lay them down, one side on top of the other and re-pin to get them even, recheck if you need to, then I just sew right where the pins are! I hope that helps explain a little
SandraOnFire Lloyd (9 months ago)
You are very talented
Evelyn Wood (9 months ago)
Thanks so much! x
Poppy Chocky (9 months ago)
Beautiful xx
LilyoftheValeyrising (10 months ago)
I love this idea! I do the same thing! I make more '50's style than '20's, but I want to! I go thrifting with the mentality 'what can I make with this' attitude. I am wondering how you tied your headscarf, both the red on and the green. I have a bob haircut with layers and rock '50's style pinup curls everyday. I wet set my hair once a week. I'd like to change it up a bit with the headscarf. I love that idea!
Evelyn Wood (9 months ago)
You should definitely try the scarf for something different!!!
LilyoftheValeyrising (10 months ago)
Oh I see the videos on your channel on how to tie scarfs! Thank you!!!!
j spain Greene (10 months ago)
You're so clever! I love the way you think!
Rozy Roan (10 months ago)
It's gorgeous
Susan S (10 months ago)
I just love this and your channel. All the best from Denmark 😊
Evelyn Wood (10 months ago)
Aww thanks Susan S!
Andee Anko (10 months ago)
Oh my! The bow just *makes* the dress all come together! New subscriber here, by the way, and very inspired to get sewing again!
Evelyn Wood (10 months ago)
Andee thanks so much! I'm really glad this has made you get inspired to get back into sewing! I hope you create something fabulous for yourself!
Vampira (10 months ago)
No offense ment, but You remeber a bit of my Grandma when she was younger... :)
Vampira (10 months ago)
I realy love Your tutorials and how to change clothes i should newer wear as they are into something that beautiful!
Evelyn Wood (10 months ago)
hahaah I get that a lot! x
Cheryl Cooper (11 months ago)
The roaring 20's were almost polar opposite of the shapely decades before and after. It was m least fashoin "like" of them all next to the polyester disco error. No i didn't make a mistake.... i love natural fiber and was a rocker back in the day of disco. :)🤔🤭🤫
Cheryl Cooper (11 months ago)
I have to admit...they were "fresh" but only for a while so no sweat. I was a teen back then. I do like cotton with the little spandex or other natural fibers. Oh and you rock the vintage fashion! The hair scarf is back. Vintages rocks.
Evelyn Wood (11 months ago)
Disco polyester!!! 😀 I like natural fibres too!
Cheryl Cooper (11 months ago)
Excuse my misspelling .
Luke McCann (11 months ago)
I have 46 1920's dresses to make for an amateur show and didn't really relish the thought. However, after watching your tutorial I am inspired. Thank you for saving my sanity !!! Stitchwitch Linda
Evelyn Wood (11 months ago)
46!!!!! Luke that is crazy pants!!! well, I am glad I have given you a little inspiration to make the job a little easier! Good luck!
Vera Griffin (11 months ago)
Wow, great re make
Ann Holmes (11 months ago)
Love the video, but sadly , because you are so softly spoken, could barely hear you over the music! Spoilt a good video. X x
Evelyn Wood (11 months ago)
Sorry to hear it Ann! This was one of my first videos! I've gotten a lot better at speaking and editing now!
Michelle éveillé (11 months ago)
It's not exactly my style but i love watching your videos and your tutorials are very interesting !!!
Evelyn Wood (11 months ago)
Aww thank Michelle! I'm glad you liked seeing the process!
Allan Wafkowski (1 year ago)
Hey, I'm not a lady!
Evelyn Wood (11 months ago)
hahaha you're in the much loved 10% of my gentlemen viewers Allan!
Sarah Martin (1 year ago)
Lovely! I look forward to watching more of your videos.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching Sarah!
Harmony Whalan (1 year ago)
I love it!! You look so authentic!!!
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching!
Andrea Paredes (1 year ago)
Wow it looks chic
Yaaay so pretty!!!!!
Maria Vazquez (1 year ago)
I love your shows.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
+Maria Vazquez Thanks so much for watching!!😘
rina m (1 year ago)
Gorgeous
Switzer * (1 year ago)
GREAT job!!
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
+Switzer * Thanks for watching!!
Dawn Lindgron (1 year ago)
I love it,but not courage enough to just start cutting like you do.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
+Dawn Lindgron ha ha many people say the same thing! After a while jut just becomes less scary!
Elaine Plate (1 year ago)
Enjoyed your video, especially how you explained the thought process of the redesign. I would enjoy seeing a little more of the actual sewing of the garment. You're one talented lady! TFS.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks so much Elaine! I like to share the thought process behind it, I think it gives it more detail!
Crafty Kay (1 year ago)
That design suits you
Manon laviggne (1 year ago)
how do you wash a dress like that?
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Manon I put this in a wash bag, on gentle cycle in the machine and then line dry! Easy! I hand wash rarely!
Rosalia Pena (1 year ago)
You are talented and I just love tour style.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching!
Lucinda Mann (1 year ago)
Amazing work as always.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching!
Laurie Taylor (1 year ago)
I love what you did to this dress. You are Fabulous. I love your videos.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
+Laurie Taylor Thanks for watching!!
joel madken (1 year ago)
would you please show us how you wear the 1920s hairscarf like the one on this video? pretty please <3
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
perhaps a tutorial! It is really simple, it is a long rectangular shape that is just positioned right and tied to the side!
sandy BbrMi (1 year ago)
It's all about that bow you added to the collar! Turned it from a dress for an older woman into one for a young one like you!
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks Sandy! Sometimes it's just the small things!
Four Hemispheres (1 year ago)
Yay a vintage lady from Australia!!! Onya mate :)
Jane (1 year ago)
Lovely again! Did you know that your name Evelyn comes from the 20s to 30 s. Coincidence, maybe! :-)
murphyc (10 months ago)
My grandmother and her sisters were all E's - Elsie, Edna, and Eva. There were two more sisters, Doris and Alice. Oh, and Olive and Pauline, lol.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Oh yes, I did! x
Besina (1 year ago)
Gasp ! Turned out really sexy and flattering , very convincing retro refashion !
Besina (1 year ago)
I was given a lot of nice unused vintage clothing - I wear them for opera / theatre already ... in my case I let out another unknown personality of myself - quite funny what it adds to me ! Enjoyed your little personality show while " reenacting " the past times with a smile & l' air de panache !
Besina (1 year ago)
it 's great to be a master on your own regarding self - expression - really liberating , thx for sharing the process ! Subscribed !
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching Besina! yes, just a few changes really transformed this one! And now suits my style!
Constance (1 year ago)
Hello from Connecticut.You are absolutely delightful! I have seen all your videos and have loved them all. I love especially all the good sewing techniques you are teaching. I also love the fashions of the 20's, 30's and 40's, many of which I am selling in my Etsy shop because now I am a few sizes larger. Please keep refashioning thrift store finds, I am learning so much about what I should do to some of my less than wonderful purchases.
LINDA BROWN (1 year ago)
Absolutely beautiful! I love the collar and bow. I always loved vintage fashion. Thank you.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching Linda! I thought it was a nice touch too! I'll have more vintage fashion for you soon!
Julie Halligan (1 year ago)
Clever you...gorgeous result.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks, Julie! I'm glad you liked the transformation!
Dru Champion-Payne (1 year ago)
darling dress! good work!
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching!
Cree8it (1 year ago)
Wonderful job, love the fashions of yesteryear.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching! It is my everyday!
Terinka14 (1 year ago)
Great :) I really like the darting at the back, it really helped with flattering the figure but it still didnt make it look much out of place for 20s... i would probably prefer it without the bow for myself, but that is a simple detail. I love the fluttery sleeves :)
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching! Yes, I didn't dart it too much, just enough to bring it in a little and make it a little more flattering for the modern eye! But still 1920's style!
Eva Rene (1 year ago)
So inspiring
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching Eva!
Pami Cat (1 year ago)
you are so talented!! I'm loving your videos and channel! 😇
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks so much for watching Tamila! I'm happy to hear you're enjoying them!
Audra Erickson (1 year ago)
This is simply amazing! You turned a frumpy shift into the most gorgeous 20's dress. I am in love! 😍
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching Audra! I have to do another one soon!
Possum Rocker. (1 year ago)
Just discovered your channel like what I've seen so far. Can you please do a skin care and makeup video? 💋💄
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Hi Rebecca! Thanks for watching! I'm sure that these things are videos that I will do in the future though sorry. I'm much more about the sewing and fashion! xx
KIA duffin (1 year ago)
Perfect. You make sewing look so easy. They say practice makes perfect, I need to start sewing. I've always loved the vintage look. Thank you.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thank Kia! That is right, practice makes perfect! I have a beginner sewing course coming up soon, stay tuned here or on my social to find out about it! it is perfect for the beginner to get started and learn the basics! I'd love to have you in!
Kathaline Hansen (1 year ago)
do you wear slips/ undergarments? They did back then. See through to bra, as your current outfit, not done. Chemise/camisole correct.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Hi Kathaline. Yes, I do usually wear slips under my garments, though it is not to be historically accurate as I'm not reenacting history, simply creating my own style based on the fashions of the past. I like to wear slips mostly as It makes skirts sit much better!
My Living Journal (1 year ago)
I am totally impressed! At first, I thought what a plain dress but after seeing it done, it's lovely! Thanks for this awesome video. I just recently found you & your videos are delightful! I love everything vintage. I myself, am vintage. LOL
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thankyou! Yes, it wasn't a major refashion, but I just love wearing this one now!
anna lamb (1 year ago)
Gday,   I have just subscribed to you.  Really love this video, thank you for sharing.  It gives me a whole bunch more ideas. X
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanky ou so much for subscribing Anna! I will be doing many more refashion videos, so hopefully, I can give you some more ideas!
joserain007 (1 year ago)
'Cause it's gorgeous...
joserain007 (1 year ago)
Ok Evelyn Wood, now let me tell you something... I just discovered you and your 1920s style videos. I don't wear this kind of clothes and I certainly won't create any ever. So you know what I'm gonna do now? I'm gonna watch ALL your videos because I LOVE IT! Ok? And you know what? I will give a thumb up. And you know what else? I'm gonna subscribe. So what? What you gonna do? I'll tell you what you gonna do, you gonna do MORE videos. Cause I need it now.
Cathy Morrison (1 year ago)
joserain007 I
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Gosh joserain007 thankyou! I'm really glad that you still found it good to watch even if you won't make a transformation yourself! I will have more videos coming don't worry!
Artem Kalenchuk (1 year ago)
Im using woodprix instructions to make it and I do it already :)
Kat's Meow (1 year ago)
I love your videos. Great content. Your design ideas are fabulous!
Kitkat F (1 year ago)
Love the videos, just subscribed. Can't wait to see what you do next!!!
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thank you so much! Hoping for another one this week!
Hannah Kathleen (1 year ago)
This is awesome! I don't know if I have ever seen a video on how to turn an already retro clothing item into something even more vintage all the way to the twenties! How neat :)
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thaks Hannah! Yes I feel the older they are to start with, the older they tend to look! I'm really glad you liked it! I'll hopefully get another one done this week or next!
SweetieSuz (1 year ago)
I've just recently discovered your wonderful channel! Could you pretty please do a tutorial on the head scarf you wore in the reveal?
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks SweetieSuz good to have you around! Ok, I'll put that one up for the next hair scarf tutorial! It is a super easy one!
edneide touche (1 year ago)
Your hands!!! So beautiful
edneide touche (1 year ago)
I loved your style, your look!!!
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Awww thanks so much! Its the red nails! xx
Charleston Annie (1 year ago)
bonjour, thank you for a great video, but i do not understand why you made darts ?, i gave u a thumbs up !! i LOVE the 1920s , but i thought the dress was supposed to be straight , hit the knee ; or just below , which was scandalous, and cut your hair to shoulder length (more scandalous ) i am also loving hats - as you can see -but i loved your hair wrap , it was the trend too , along with the cloche . please do more videos, is there a big difference between the 1920 vs 1930 dressing ; merci :)
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Hi Annie, thanks for your comment! I put the darts in because while it is making it less authentic in shape, it suits my very curvy figure more and it's just how I like it to fit. Yes, the 20's look was very straight in dress style adn with the scandalous bobbed hair! As fashion moved into the 30's the shape was become more fitted with bias cuts popular and puffy sleeves! More videos will come! xx
Angela Suzette (1 year ago)
Adorable!
danzbutrfly (1 year ago)
u r so pretty.
SEW ALDO (1 year ago)
It turned out so cute, I love the collar details!
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thankyou!! I love wearing this one!
Elisa - (1 year ago)
what a lovely face , i just discover your channel kisses from Argentina.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thank you Elisa! I am very glad that you like it! I have more to come! xx
Srdjan Janevski (1 year ago)
Wow
Sew Old Fashioned (1 year ago)
That's the advantage of different eras borrowing styles from older fashions - it makes it that much easier to turn them into the garments you actually want. That being said, it still takes a great eye to see potential in an otherwise unremarkable dress from the seventies! I absolutely loved the final result - that bow was the perfect finishing touch.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Thanks Katie! Yes, I was hunting around looking for some decorations, and saw this vintage bow I had left over, I knew it would be perfect!
lisa brown (1 year ago)
Truely amazing! adorable. You are very talented and inspirational. Thank you.
Evelyn Wood (1 year ago)
Lisa Thankyou!! I am really glad that you liked it! xx
Alice Dey Archer (2 years ago)
I subscribed and I really like what you did with that dress. Love your eye for opportunities, good quality fabrics etc. I thought this was very creative! If I ever decide to do anything like this due to inspiration from your videos I will let you know. Xx ❤
Alice Dey Archer (2 years ago)
Evelyn Wood That is great! I will definetely let you know if I do. ❤️
Evelyn Wood (2 years ago)
Hi, Alice! Thankyou! I am really glad you got some inspiration out of it! I just love to change things up like this and sharing what I do! Make sure to let me know if you do something like this in the future! xx
Helena A. (2 years ago)
Hi Evelyn! I loved the vídeo so much! You should make more vídeos about how you refashion your clothes! Just a tip: put the dress on before you refashion it, so we can see the before and after! Kisses from Portugal!
Evelyn Wood (2 years ago)
Hi, Helena! Thank you so much! Yes, I have more in the works as this is one of my favorite things to do! And thank you for the tip, I didn't realize that I didn't do this AFTER I finished changing it! Stay tuned for more!
Adrià Freijo (2 years ago)
You know I'm your unconditional fan (little_hamlet in Instagram ;) ) ! Great job, lady!
Evelyn Wood (2 years ago)
Aww thanks for stopping by!! It is nice to see a friendly face! I'm glad you liked it!
Mish Young (2 years ago)
Fabulous video! You did a wonderful job converting the dress from 1980's to 1920's!!!
Evelyn Wood (2 years ago)
Thank Mish! As soon as I saw this one, with the beautiful print, I knew I could turn it into something great! xx
Lizzie Violet (2 years ago)
Beautiful! It looks so pretty and comfy!
Evelyn Wood (2 years ago)
Lizzie it is indeed comfy! That is a specialty of the 1920's I think with such a loose fit! x
Make Do And Revamp (2 years ago)
Lovely tutorial! Very in depth!
Evelyn Wood (2 years ago)
Bow Vree Thank you! I want sure if it was going to be too long, and if anyone was interested in the actual process! I'm glad you liked it!
Flying V.S. Farm (2 years ago)
I was so looking forward to this when you posted about it on Instagram! Thank you for Sharing. Ms. B of Life on the Flying V.S. Farm
Evelyn Wood (2 years ago)
Yay IG stories! Well I hope you found it useful, it is long, but I decided to keep it and see if you all liked it!
Lovely Lady Lilian (2 years ago)
Will you look at that!! A new video! Thank you so much for this tutorial!
Lovely Lady Lilian (2 years ago)
Evelyn Wood, long is good! Well, you did post about it on instagram! I loved the video keep up your hard work!
Evelyn Wood (2 years ago)
You were quick to spot this one! It is a long on, but I hope you like it!
Lilian Miramontes, Jr. (2 years ago)
Yay new video!!!
Lilian Miramontes, Jr. (2 years ago)
Evelyn Wood wow sounds exciting! I look forward to your videos
Evelyn Wood (2 years ago)
I finally got a new computer so now I can edit properly! I hope you like it!

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