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Anastasia Crown How-To

Phobos Cosplay made her Anastasia ensemble from scratch, and it’s a spot-on replica of the animated character’s yellow dress. Part of making an Anastasia is making the crown, and Phobos documented her process and turned her photos into a tutorial. She started with a cardboard pattern before transferring it to craft foam and sandwiching the foam between two pieces of Black Worbla. She says:

“Now put the foam between two pieces of black worbla. The smooth side of worbla should be against the foam. Heats this sandwich of worbla with a heat gun (or a hair dryer), press the two pieces together and cut the excess of worbla along the edges. Be careful, the crown must stay smooth and pretty on both sides!”

You can get a glimpse at the sandwiching below.

See Phobos Cosplay’s complete tutorial in this Facebook album.

via Fashionably Geek, top photo by Christophe Lablancherie – Photographe


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