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Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts Costume

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Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts Costume

Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts

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

This homemade costume for couples entered our 2013 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Brooke, the 'Mad Hatter and Queen of Hearts' costume creator:

Hello!! My names brooke. I am the mad hatter and my friend laura is the queen of hearts. My mom actually came up with the idea for these characters so we just went with it and decided to go all out. It took us about a month to gather everything and hours of work putting it all together. For the mad hatter we went to a thrift store aNd bought a pink turtle neck, black vest, brown jacket, orange wig, pants, and the bag. The only thing i bought from a costume store was the hat(but i added the feathers, pink lace and measurements) i bought fabric and made the tie, we glued my eyebrows on, and laura cut my wig perfect and did all the makeup. It took about 2 hours to make the thread spoul sash but it was worth it. Added lace to my sleeves, and buttons to my jacket and thats how the mad hatter was made.

The queen of hearts took a little more time. She is a actually wearing 3 skirts and made her toulle that is underneath. We found the black shirt at goodwill, cut up an old shirt for the front, and pick out the added accessories to the shirt (like the red hearts, the white beads, and the sequenced circle e at the top). We cut out and glued all the hearts on the skirt and pinned them on. We got fish net sleeves and she added all the touches to it. That is her real hair. She shaped it like a heart by teasing and lots of hairspray. We sprayed it red and added the hat. She did all her makeup herself. I think thats all!! All together it probably cost us about $200 all together! please pick us!!!!!

Rating: 4.8 of 5. Votes: 100

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#1 comment by Brooke October 29, 2013

$100 to put together******

#2 comment by Amy Willoughby October 29, 2013

The best!!

#3 comment by Dee Dee October 29, 2013

Unbelievable!! Great Job Girls! :)

#4 comment by Danny Willoughby October 29, 2013

Looks Great!

#5 comment by carol October 29, 2013

Wow!!!! Bravo

#6 comment by Nick Willoughby October 30, 2013

The best costume,very creative, a lot of work put in this.

#7 comment by Hanane January 5, 2014


#8 comment by Chasity November 15, 2014

Absolutely awesome!

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