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DIY Peacock Costume

Let me see ya Peacock!

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Photo #1 - Let me see ya Peacock! Photo #2 - Peacock
Costume type:  Costumes for Women
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Animal Costumes

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

A word from Amanda, the 'Peacock' costume creator:

I created this costume by making a simple tutu out of various colors of tulle, glueing peacock feathers all over a corset and getting long peacock steams from my local zoo and attaching them to the back of my corset in a fan-like shape!! I finished off with some matching makeup, black rights and cute black boots! I was the ONLY peacock out for Halloween and got many compliments on this costume! People were even asking to take pictures with me which was very flattering :) Trying to top it this year will be hard :)

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#1 comment by Abby October 11, 2012

Would love to see the back of your costume! Love it!

#2 comment by Amanda October 12, 2012

Thank you :) I'm not even sure I have any pics of the back :( I'll have to look!!

#3 comment by Abby October 15, 2012

Are you looking to sell your costume by chance?

#4 comment by Amanda October 15, 2012

I don't have it anymore :( but would be happy to walk you thru a step by step if u want my email! :)

#5 comment by Abby October 16, 2012

That would be great! Mine is a.dobbels[at]hotmail.com.

#6 comment by Adrienne October 16, 2012

I would so love to know how u did this! If you could email the steps that would be awesome x3adriennemarie[at]msn.com

#7 comment by Donna October 20, 2012

How many feathers did you use? For the back and the corset?

#8 comment by Sonya October 21, 2012

I too would love an email with the instructions. Hope we're not all going to the same Halloween party :)

#9 comment by Amanda October 22, 2012

Sorry I didn't check this for a few days! I'll get on a little later and help everyone :) :)

#10 comment by Rachael Rubino October 24, 2012

Im actually making one for halloween this year. And the most difficult spot is covering the boob section. How did you do yours?

#11 comment by Amanda October 24, 2012

I ended up buying A bag of black feathers and gluing them in any areas that weren't covered....did this all the way around and worked well! I also bought a mass quantity of feathers from eBay and got the long ones from my local zoo for $1.00 a piece found this to be cheaper than the craft store. And for the back I found a cheap $1.00 kids wooden mask thats attached to a stick at the craft store and glued the long feathers in a fan shape to the mask and filled the rest in with black feathers..and then stuck it in the back of my corset...it stayed wonderfully and I was also able to remove it when I needed to with no issues!. My email is mandeemor21[at]gmail.com if you have any other questions :)

#12 comment by Tiffany September 30, 2014

I would love a step by step Amanda please! You look amazing and I really want to attempt to make something like that Do you have any more pictures of the back I can see by chance?

#13 comment by Janelle October 4, 2014

I agree with Tiffany from above... Love this costume and would also love a step by step if possible, thanks!

#14 comment by christina waskiewicz October 10, 2014

I want to try and recreate this costume. I have the peacock feathers already but could you explain how you attached them?

#15 comment by Amber Ashley October 18, 2014

I so adore this costume, I am in love with peacock feathers and when I seen this my jaw dropped. Great job Amanda this costume is absolutely amazing and quit amazing

#16 comment by Kortney October 29, 2014

How did you make the tutu, I make tutu's already did you just use ribbon or elastic? thank you!

#17 comment by Reyna November 15, 2014

So awesome! Great job!

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