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Christmas Tree Costume

Christmas Tree Costume

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Photo #1 - Christmas Tree Costume Photo #2 - Christmas Tree Costume Photo #3 - Me (Christmas Tree) and my friend (Little Red Riding Hood) Photo #4 - The front side Photo #5 - The back side
Costume type:  Costumes for Women
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Celebrity Costumes

This homemade costume for women entered our 2011 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Jade Ohara, the 'Christmas Tree' costume creator:

Well, this one I took the idea from Katy Perry Christmas Tree costume, that she dressed in a show in 2008 at Jingle Ball. I wanted it to look like a dress but at the same time like a real Christmas tree, then I drew something that started in my head (where I put the star) and finished in feet (where I put some little gifts). The result is what you see in the pictures. I used satin all over the dress, the tree I used buckram to make it hard and make it look like a tree. I'm wearing a dress and the tree is glued on the dress by velcro, so I can put it and take it when I want. The decoration I bought and I pasted using hot glue. I also used led lights to make it shine and blink like a real Christmas tree. You can see it in action in the video below.
Hope you enjoy it. ;)
-Jade Ohara

Christmas Tree costume in action:


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#1 comment by girlbb November 16, 2012

Awesome. I am attempting to make something like this for our girl's night xmas party. Thanks for the inspiration :)

#2 comment by Caitlyn Freeman October 25, 2013

Jade, I LOVE your costume! I have a Christmas date party coming up at the end of Novemeber and I was wondering if maybe I could either buy this dress from you or you send me how you made it so I can go ahead and start crafting and attempt to make something similar? Thank you so much!

#3 comment by Jade October 25, 2013

I don't know if I can translate it well. I used some kind of hard stuff behind the fabric, you can glue it together using a iron. You probably will find it in a fabric store. It's simple. After that, I sewed the hard parts in a dress. You can see it in the video.

#4 comment by Victoria November 22, 2013


I LOVE this, great job! Totally inspired my holiday party costume. :)How many yards of buckram and fabric did you buy? I was thinking 3 of getting each. Also, the video you have says it's private, so I can't view it. :(

#5 comment by Alissa November 16, 2014

This is the coolest costume I have ever seen! I want one for myself.

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