The buyer of a loom band dress who bid £170,000 on eBay has pulled out of the deal.
Helen Wright from Prestatyn and Kathryn Burnand from Wrexham made the dress from 20,000 loom bands, but an email arrived on Monday saying the deal was off.
The woman, who lives in Surrey, said she couldn't afford the £170,100 price tag plus £7 postage.
The dress is believed to be the first of its kind and captured the world's attention.
Helen, her daughter Sian and Kathryn appeared on ITV Wales News, the One Show, Newsround, and their story was told in newspapers as far away as Australia and New Zealand.
Helen, who works as a barmaid in Archies in Prestatyn said they had really enjoyed the the "whirlwind" and still thought anything over £50 would be a bonus. They now have a guide from eBay helping them with another bidder.
"We don't have to take the next highest bidder and Ebay said we should look at all the bidders' feedback before deciding. We have one chance of offering it to a bidder from the last auction then we can go for a relisting. I've whittled it down to six buyers who all put in bids over the £150,000 mark.
The loom band dress made headlines all over the world for its loony bid of £170,000 on eBay - but the buyer pulled out.
Helen Wright speaks to ITV Wales, on the day her loom band dress sells for £170,100!
Mum "shocked" as bids went crazy for dress made of 20,000 elastic bands.