Tulsa Craft Mafia


Breast Impressions by Brigid

Once again, the Tulsa Craft Mafia and Indie Emporium have teamed up with Breast Impressions to help support women in our community with breast cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On October 3, visitors to Woodland Hills Mall can receive pink ribbons between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. from Tulsa Craft Mafia members as well as area Girl Scouts. Indie Emporium is also a sponsor of this year’s gala.

The thing that has made Breast Impressions known is the annual auctioning of beautifully decorated bust casts. The casts are made from real models, including media personalities, local business owners, entertainers and other community members who want to lend a hand (or a pair of boobs, as the case may be). Then a local artist takes the cast and creates a work of art using a variety of media. In the past, several of the TCM ladies have served as models. I’m very excited to have been cast for the first time this year. I’m even more excited about what Christine, the brains and beauty behind Indie Emporium and Weather and Noise, has created from the plaster. Behold!

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Now tell me that isn’t one talented lady. To view all the other casts, click here and scroll to the bottom. The page also has information on buying tickets and all the other events going on throughout October. Make sure to head out to Woodland Hills to view the casts on display. The gala will take place at 7 p.m. on October 25. You won’t want to miss it for your chance to view all the casts and put in a bid on your favorite one. All proceeds go to benefit Tulsa Project Woman. Tickets are $25. I hope to see you there!

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This is AWESOME, Brigid! I think it’s really cool of you to volunteer your ladyparts for a good cause. I know it can be intimidating to stand in front of someone, naked from the waist up, and let them stick plaster-covered strips all over your bare skin. Christine did an amazing job too!

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