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Medusa the Gorgon Costume

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Medusa the Gorgon Costume

Medusa the Gorgon Costume

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Costume type:  Costumes for Women
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Fictional Character Costumes

This homemade costume for women entered our 2012 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Grace, the 'Medusa the Gorgon' costume creator:

I made this one of a kind costume for my 21 yr. old daughter Ariel. I dressed up a latex headpiece that was plain and added jeweled eyes and glitter to glam it up. I made the costume with green spandex and gold vinyl material. At the base, I stuffed dryer ducting using 2 different sizes (for the tiered coils) and made a leather rattler by stuffing 6 lil glitter bottles filled with lentil beans and hot glued and stitched it all together. :) I worked around a body suit so she could easily slip in and out of it. She seems to glide/float in her costume as she walks. I was happy to make it for her. :)

Rating: 4.3 of 5. Votes: 36

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#1 comment by Jamie Balsom October 22, 2012

Pretty amazing costume ! 5 star effort :D

#2 comment by Sara velazquez October 22, 2012

Great job! Tail looks very creative!

#3 comment by Leslee October 22, 2012

Awesome!!! Very clever! Love it!

#4 comment by Andriana Duenas October 23, 2012

AMAZING, AMAZING, AMAZING! The dress is outstanding. The headdress is something spectacular. Great job all around. A sure winner!!!!

#5 comment by Melinda baker September 5, 2014

Amazing job!!! I would love to make one like this..... Would that be ok? And do I need to go to a crafy store?

#6 comment by Grace Arias September 7, 2014

Hi Melinda,
Of course you can make it! I went to JoAnn's and bought the materials and used a full piece bathing suit and actually hot glued the material to it(top edges of the suit). and added the front gold pieces and I got a hoop skirt to attach the dryer hose vent for the coils. It was easy just a bit hot to work with a large hot glue gun...lol

#7 comment by Mckenna November 19, 2014

This costume is fantastic!

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