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Bunco Tiara

So, if your bunko babes turn in to divas before the dice start flying, why not let them completely revel in the mood. How? Purchase a Bunco Princess Light Up Tiara and let the night begin with a…blink. There are no bangs in bunco, just blinking lights, rolling dice and a lot of laughs.
This Bunco Princess Light Up Tiara can have many uses. It could be part of a costume for a theme night, such as Pretty in Pink, Princess and the Pea, Pink is Beautiful or whatever else you can think of that requires a bunco tiara. It would look great with the Genuine Feather Boa, by the way.

The Bunco Tiara has light pink LED lights that blink. There is an on-off switch at the back side of the tiara. The actual tiara is covered in a pink material so it doesn’t scratch the head or the ears around the headband area. The tiara is covered with pink marabou and sparkles in the light, catching the sparkles that are in the tiara design.
This tiara can also be used to mark the current bunko holder. If there isn’t dice to toss around or a boa to wear, the tiara works just as well as an item to be passed around for the current bunko roller. It can also be used if you keep track of low or high scores as you roll. Some bunko groups know what their score is after each round and it gets really competitive – wearing the tiara would be the equivalent of putting a target on your back! Everyone is gunning to beat your score.
The tiara can be sent home with the winner and brought back for the next bunko night. The only problem is, if there are daughters around, they might want to steal your bunco tiara.

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