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How can you make your own star costume?

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To make a star costume, you're going to need some cardboard, scissors, some cello-tape, and either glue and glitter or some glittery fabric. Begin by cutting out two star shapes, making sure they're not too big or too small for your body size. You can then tape the two pieces together, and tape the glittery fabric over them. For the hat, make a paper cone and cover it in some of the glitter or glittery fabric.
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How to Make a Star Costume
A star costume is cute, fun, easy to make, and can be worn at a variety of events, from holiday pageants and parades to dress-up parties to trick-or-treating on Halloween. Whether for a child or an adult, a few handy supplies and a little imagination can... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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