In case you haven’t noticed, we are in full Halloween mode over here. One of the best parts of Halloween is getting dressed up. In fact, I love it so much that I sometimes sport multiple costumes over the course of the Halloween season. It’s just so much fun. We are currently moving right along with our Halloween costumes for this year. If you saw yesterday’s tutorial then you already know that today I am sharing how to make DIY mermaid Halloween costume accessories. These are so easy to make and since I had all of the paint and glue, 2 sets only cost $3.00! That’s a price tag frugal DIY mommas can get behind. Let’s get the fun started with the tutorial.
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- Crown and Wand Set
- Bag of Shells
- Kids Paint Brushes (1 for each Paint Color)
- Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Blue Enamel Paint
- Green Enamel Paint
- Gold Enamel Paint
- Off-White Glass Pearls in Assorted Sizes
- Plastic Paint Tray
Select 11 shells from your bag to use on your accessories.
Paint 3 of the shells green and 5 of the shells gold.
Next, paint 3 of your shells blue.
Pour a small amount of gold paint into your paint tray.
Next, paint the gold over your blue shells.
Allow your shells to dry.
While your shells dry, remove your crown and wand from their packaging.
After the paint has dried, glue a green shell to the center of your crown.
Next, glue 2 gold shells on either side of your green shell on your crown.
Add 2 blue shells between the green and gold shells on your crown.
Set you crown to the side and glue a gold shell on the top center of the wand.
Add a green shell to the bottom left of the gold shell.
Next, add another green shell to the bottom right of the gold shell.
Then glue a blue shell between the green shells.
Lastly, glue 2 small gold shells on the wand as pictured.
Next, carefully trim the top of the crown so that it is aligned with the glued shells.
Glue small beads in the indents on the wand handle.
Add beads to the crown as well, using the picture above as reference.
These DIY mermaid Halloween costume accessories will take your child’s costume to the next level. It is so easy to make that I made one for my mermaid costume as well. You will see that one in the adult mermaid costume tutorial. Before you go, don’t forget to check out the full girl’s mermaid costume with face paint tutorial on the Pirates and Mermaid Sibling Costumes post. Not ready for the crafty Halloween fun to end? Check out all of the incredible DIY projects available on our Halloween page!
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