2020 Halloween Costume Contest
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Akasha Queen of the Damned Costume

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Akasha Queen of the Damned Costume

Akasha Queen of the Damned Costume

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Costume type:  Costumes for Women
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Movie and TV Show Costumes

This homemade costume for women entered our 2017 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Keyera, the 'Akasha Queen of the Damned' costume creator:

I am wearing the costume and did it myself. I have always wanted an Akasha costume ever since I saw the movie. So I decided to make it myself. I drew out everything first and then used worbla and wire to create the crown, chest piece, arm pieces and skirt pieces and made them to fit my body. I got material for the skirt and arm parts and sewed them together and then painted everything. I didn't know what I was doing when I started since I've never done this kind of thing before but just kept going and it all came together in the end. It took about a month to do with me only spending a few hours a day on it so... Not too time consuming... The hardest part was looking at it and seeing details I missed lol but that was pretty much all to it.

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#1 comment by Danielle whitley August 18, 2017

Hi my name is Danielle. I'm special needs and really liked your queen of the Danmed costume. I would
Like to know if you can hand made a queen of the Danmed costume for me.

#2 comment by Dessirae Copeland October 3, 2017

Can you hand make a queen of the damned costume for me?

#3 comment by Keyera October 3, 2017

Hi ladies! I would love to make you one but I am currently in my 3rd trimester of my pregnancy and and have not been getting much sleep lately. And also the place I buy my worbla from generally takes them a month for them to get it to me so that also would be something to keep in mind in case you wanted it by Halloween! If in the future you do still would like for me to make one or you have any questions I would love to speak with you! Just contact me at thomaslangewedding[at]yahoo.com
Thank you!

#4 comment by Cece Rivera August 12, 2018

Hi do you still make these?

#5 comment by Chantal September 12, 2018

Looking for the piece or you selling the costume or could you help me where to get it

#6 comment by Keyera September 12, 2018

Hey Chantal,
What part do you need help with getting?

#7 comment by Chantal September 13, 2018

A little of everything

#8 comment by Jessica kennedy July 23, 2019

Hello do you make and sell

#9 comment by Sierra September 5, 2019

Hey can you make this for me

#10 comment by Michelle October 14, 2019

What did you use on the front of your skirt?

#11 comment by Keyera October 14, 2019

Michelle I used Thermoplastic beads and chain links

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