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Alice in Wonderland Costume

Alice in Wonderland Costume

Alice in Wonderland Costume

Costume type:  Costumes for Families
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Literary Costumes

This homemade costume for families entered our 2018 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Jenni, the 'Alice in Wonderland' costume creator:

I am wearing the Cheshire cat costume, my husband is the Mad Hatter, and our son Ethan is The White Rabbit.
The Cheshire cat costume is made from a gray hooded sweater, and gray leggings spray painted with white and teal. The ears, tail, arm, and leg bands are faux fur spray painted with teal. I have on gray knit gloves and gray socks over my shoes, and my face is painted with face paint using an art brush. Costume cost around $20
The Mad Hatter costume is made from a blazer and pants I found at a thrift store. The top hat I already had I painted brown to look like leather and tied a price of fabric around it. The feathers were from my parrot...she sheds her feathers periodically. The hair is an orange wig sprayed with this spray that is used on steer for shows at the fair. It makes the hair really stand out and stay. I also strung wooden spools of thread , and tied a bow out of a scarf. Costume cost around $25
The White Rabbit costume is made from a white sleeper I found that came with a hat. I bought really fuzzy faux fur and cut out ears then hot glued the edges around a wire frame I made. I then painted the inside pink. I also painted pink pads on the bottoms of the sleeper feet. He is wearing white knit mittens with faux fur hot glued on top and he does have a faux fur tail as well. The light blue jacket is made from a fleece pull over cut like a jacket, and lace was hot glued in the sleeves and around the collar. I bought a vest to put under the coat and I cut more lace layered and hot glued onto the sleeper. The nice thing about this sleeper as well is that the zipper was in the back. Then I found what looked like a little pocket watch at Joanne fabric and I sewed and hot glued it on the vest. Costume cost around $35

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