Halloween Tutu Costumes!
Lee Ann Torrans
Duct Tape Bodice or Duct Tape Corset required two rolls of black and one of purple duct tape.
You can use all one color — Purple was used here for demonstration purposes only to contrast the multiple layers.
Laced Up with Grommets.
For a Great Tutu Halloween Costume
Tulle on left … net on right of mannequin.
Front and back before finishing the top of bodice.
We wanted to let you decide if you liked the tulle or net better so we did both.
Select an old t-shirt, because this will go next to your skin.
Smooth out bubbles. This is the first duct tape layer of the duct tape bodice. There will be two more layers.
The purple tape represents the second duct tape layer of the duct tape bodice.
Fold duct tape over the top to give a nice finish look for your duct tape corset.
Add the skirt — with duct tape, of course.
Beginning to attach the tulle skirt. With duct tape, of course.
Gather tulle or net with your hands and tape on to the bottom of the corset.
Here is our duct tape bodice with tulle skirt.
Needed: One roll of duct tape for two boots (or possibly two — it will be very close with one roll) and two old shoes!
A couple of platic bags.
Before and After — Simple Wedge Pumps were used.
Plastic Bag Wrapped around shoe, foot and leg.
Platic Bag loosely taped. There must be some ‘give’ in taping the Duct Tape Boot. Otherwise you cannot remove the boot.
You can make duct tape boots yourself — but two is so much better!
We liked the crinkled look.
No need to strive for perfection. The crinkled look makes it interesting.
Will be taped and used again!
Cut not on back or on side but between the two.
Tape the edges and fold over.
Grommets added to close in future.
Lee Ann Torrans