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Dita Von Teese throws craft party

Posted: 07/31/2014 9:15 AM | Comments: 0

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Dita Von Teese threw her annual Garden & Arts party on Sunday (07.27.14).

The burlesque dancer was joined by a group of close friends at the Kia Motors Malibu Estate for the daytime bash, and her guests got to enjoy a number of different crafty activities, including candle making, mask making and paper flower construction.

Dita donned an elegant green dress with a red bra visible to match her Louboutin flats, while her partygoers donned fancy dress, with dinosaurs, flowers and cats among the disguises on show.

And as well as taking part in craft classes, the guests were also asked to make a wish in a 'wish-a-saurus' ceremony.

Everyone at the party was asked to write a wish down and place it into a dinosaur-shaped piñata before reading them aloud once it was destroyed.

One partygoer told People magazine: "It was amazing and artistic. Dita was in great spirits."

The 41-year-old beauty - who was previously married to Marilyn Manson and also dated French aristocrat Louis Marie de Castelbajac - recently admitted she has a "uniform" that makes her feel sexy.

She said: "I have a distinctive aesthetic of what I think is sexy, and I have kind of a uniform. It's usually something that shows a little bit of cleavage and possibly has long sleeves. I like to wear long, black, leather upper glove and black long-seamed stocking. I like to have my hemline just below the knee, and I like a perfect Louboutin pump."

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