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Snow Globe Costume

Snow Globe Costume

Costume type:  Costumes for Girls
Category:Halloween Costumes

This homemade costume for girls entered our 2015 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Brian, the 'Snow Globe' costume creator:

My daughter is wearing the snow globe. I made it from foam board and a memory foam bed top and plastic sheets. In the back the is a large palm tree and I used a small air pump to blow small pieces of styrofoam out of the tree to make the snow

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#1 comment by Barry van Overveld September 20, 2017

Hello,

Where did you order the acetate sheets?

#2 comment by Brian September 20, 2017

I purchased them at a local art store called Dick Blick art supplies , here is their website http://www.dickblick.com. Thanks

#3 comment by Andrena November 3, 2017

Hi how many sheets did you use please and also how did you stick at the top. Costumes great well Done

#4 comment by Brian November 3, 2017

I think I purchased about 3 sheets that were 24”x 36” and I used hot glue to connect it at the top. Thanks

#5 comment by Abby October 9, 2018

Do you know which thickeness acetate you used. It's adorbale! My daughter wants to be a Paris snow globe . Trying to figure out how to make that happen.

#6 comment by Brian October 9, 2018

Sorry I don't remember the thickness, it wasn't very think , but it was just thick enough that if you curved it a bit it would stand up on its own. If that makes any sense.

#7 comment by Dana November 11, 2018

How did it stay around her waist?

#8 comment by Brian November 12, 2018

I made straps that went over her shoulders that was hidden by her outer shirt.

#9 comment by Laura November 23, 2018

Hi Brian,

I tried to save/get the materials needed and the steps on how you made this... but having trouble doing so.

Can you please email me the instructions on how to? Would be very grateful for your help.

Thank You!
1lauraweis[at]gmail.com

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