Donnerstag, 25. Februar 2016

Oscar Costume History

Hi everyone :)

comming Sunday it's Oscar time again ;) And the Oscar goes to......

Big thanks to who provided me with this 15 beautiful art designes of Oscar-Costume-History, of course I had to show them to you :D

Not all of them won Best-Costume-Oscar, but they are non the less amazing costumes / movies <3 Enjoy :)

So who will get the Oscars this Sunday?

I'm very curious if Leonardo DiCaprio finally gets his golden man. I think he really deserves it after getting nominated so often. He did a brillian job in "The Revenant"
Well we shall see ;)

What's also very interesting for me are the COSTUME DESIGN nominees of course :D

Following Movies are nominated in this category:






My heart goes to CINDERELLA for the best costumes, they are so beautiful, I love them <3

What do you guys think? Who gets an Oscar?


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Mittwoch, 17. Februar 2016

Elsa Shoes Tutorial

Hey everyone,

today I have another Elsa tutorial for you :)

It's on how I made her ice shoes, this one <3

I used this ANNA FIELD shoes from Zalando as my base, they are pretty cheap

Firt removed the ankle band and cut off the instep band:

Then I put some paper on the shoe to transfer the edges....  (I did the same thing with the front part of the shoe)

Then I draw my ice design along the edg line and cut it out

So here's my paper pattern on the right shoe :)

Then I transfered the pattern onto cosplayflex, which I got from the CosplaySchmiede
It was the first time I ever worked with a thermoplastic material. And I love it, it's ablolutey fabulous!!! I really want to work with it again soon :)

It really was quite easy to cut the cosplayflex, far easier than I would have thought.
Then I heated it up a bit with a heat gun to make it flexible and draped it over the shoes. The great part is, this fantastic material has glue in it so I didn't have to use extra glue, so cool :)
It cooles pretty fast and as soon as it is cold it's stiff again. If something is not quite the way you like it, you can just take your heat gun and make it flexible, that's so awesome. Did I metion that I love this material?  ;))

I primed the beige parts with white acrylic paint.

And then painted it in this blue color (I mixed it myself). I guess you could also leave it like this, I think they already look super cool :) However, if you want to leave'em like this, I sugest to cover the whole shoe in cosplayflex or another thermoplastic material and sand it before painting. Also use a clear finish spray to keep it shiny.

I wanted to give them an ice topping, so I used my hotglue gun to add my ice :)

That's it, I hope you like it :)

I will post some more Elsa tutorials soon ;)


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Donnerstag, 14. Januar 2016

Elsa Corset Tutorial

So I decied to do a full step by step tutorial on my Elsa corset. I will list all the materials I used and where I bought them (if possible)
Hope it will help some of you who want to make their own Elsa corset :)

This is what my finished corset looks like and I'm so happy with how it turned out :D

But lets start at the beginning:
At first I created the pattern. I always make them myself, as I luckily learned how to do them.
This is what mine looks like:

However I know, not everybody can create their own pattern, so you can also buy a one.
This one would do nicely:
You can buy it here: or on ebay, just search for corset pattern. You can alter it, if you want, make it shorter i.e. I always make a corset a few cm tighter around the waist, then my measurement. Always make a mockup before you start the real deal, if it doesn't fit the way you want it to, you can alter the pattern and if necessary test it again.

Back to my corset: I used a cotton denim and a blue crepe I hade in my scrap box. I ironed on some interfacing to the crepe, cause it was very slippery... a light blue cotton would do nicely, you will barely see it in the end. If the fabric you use is too thin, iron on some interfacing like I did.

Then I sewed the layers together and made the tunnels for the boning, before I joined the pieces togehter. (no boning yet)

Then I cut the hemline and neckline and inserted the boning in the tunnels.
I bought a huge amount of plastic boning many years ago, but my stock is slowly but surely running out. I'll probably by some here:
I highly recommend plastic boning (7mm) for straight or almost straight lines/seams, for curved seams, like over the breast or side seam I would take the spiral spring ones.

I added a lining to my corset, you don't have to do this. If you don't, just make sure that you use overlock or ziczac at the seam allowance, so the edges won't fray.

Then I edged the seam- and neckline with a bias strip.

So this is how my finished corset (without all the decorations) looks like:

Now, if you don't want to make your corset, or think you can't do it, you could always buy one.
i.e. something like this:
Found this here (ebay)
Just make sure the closure is in the back. I like a lacing closure, because you can make the corset tighter or leave it more open. The thing is, it's kind of hard to find a corset without this hook front closure and we can't really use this for our Elsa corset, when we want to add sequins later. So if you buy one with hooks, you have to take them out and sew the front together.

So now on to the timeconsuming, but fun part, the decorating :D

As it is very hard to find the perfect sequins for Elsa, I decided to "make" them myself. I bought this lovely shimmer sheats from
I used like 8 or 9 sheats, so 3 packs will do.

Before I cut them into pices, I sanded one side, so they would stick better to the fabric. Then I drew the lines.
I made to diffrent sizes. The bigger ones 2 x 1 cm and the smaler ones 1.2 x 0.6 cm like this:

Then I started to glue them on, sequin by sequin

I used "UHU Alleskleber" (Sorry I have no idea what this is called in English, but it's a glue that glues everything). It looks like this:

I bought it from a lokal do-it yourself store, but you can also buy it online.

At first I just covert the whole thing in straight lines and just using the bigger ones.

Then I added more sequins on top of the first layer in an irregular way. Mixing bigger and smaler ones, like this:

I only layered the sequins till the sides because of the cape the will cover most of the back anyways.

Then I glued on the rectangular rhinestones :)

I bought them from ebay: this ones

And then I added lots of smal rhinestones (size ss8 and ss10) in lines to the corset (many lines along the bottom line)
I bought a large amount of rhinestones from this ebay seller:
You will need a few hundert of them, can't tell you an exact number, as I bought about 40'000 in total ^^

Last thing to do was the closure in the back (if you buy a corset, it will already have a closure, so you don't have to do this step)

I just punched in eyelets int the back to lace it up.

And that's it, the corset is done :)
Some more pictures with the not yet finished skirt.

I hope you liked my tutorial and found it helpful :)


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