1. Cutting out foam strips
2. Sewing foam strips into tubes
3. ( Not shown; dying tubes yellow ) Covering tubes in beige nylon
4. Cutting wefts from additional wigs
5. Separating sections of the base wig
6. Sew tube to nape of neck
7. Sew all tubes to nape of neck ( aha! )
8. Glue wefts around tubes ( ribbon helps them stay sectioned off )
9. Braid sections, drape around tubes and braid the big braid
10. DECORATE AND YOU’RE DONE!
( Please note that I left out the swearing, crying, binge eating out of frustration, hours worth of combing out tangles, the pile of casualty wig hair and multiple failed attempts at the big braid cause the tubes kept getting tangled amongst each other. )
Princesses going to Jurassic Park!
This may be my favorite picture from the whole day!
Giselle- Wendy (misswendybird)
So this just happened :D
EDIT: Thank you for the kind complements (you guys are making me blush xD) but I’m not a face character ^_^ I was there for Halloween and right as I was walking out from meeting Rapunzel, Flynn Rider was walking in and I asked for a quick picture which I thought would be a normal picture but then he got down on one knee and well resulted in this picture xD
One of my favourite photos of me as Rapunzel at LFCC!
Costume handmade and wig styled by me; photo thanks to Bryony.
LOL more Rapunzel
I’m pretty sure this is when I was singing “I See the Light” at the request of the kids. It was so cute, because they asked me to sing “the song from when I was in the boat”. Since I love to sing I was happy to oblige! The kids were so cute about it! It made me so happy to see the joy on their faces!
Photo by Jane Lee
Even with her trusty frying pan, Rapunzel is afraid of the outside world.
Rapunzel was very excited to see ducks, especially the baby ones!
Picture taken by Jane Lee
My friend, Jennifer, is currently doing commissions.
Here are some examples of her work:
She can also make Flynn’s satchel (more info on that here.)
If you’re interested, drop a message in her ask box for details and pricing!