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Arendelle's New Queen by Rebari Arendelle's New Queen by Rebari
As soon as I saw concept art and trailers for the new Disney movie "Frozen" I feel in love in Elsa's ice dress. I knew I was going to have to recreate this gem! A little less then 3 months later and this glitter monster  was created. I am so pleased with how it turned out and learned many things while making it. Thank you to Sarah from Tofu Photography for taking such stunning photos :D They are all so beautiful and I cannot pick a favorite one. Costume is 100% made by me.

Photographer: devioustofu.tumblr.com/ and www.facebook.com/TofuPhotograp…

Cosplayer: www.facebook.com/Reberrycospla… and reberrycosplayandcostuming.tum…

Be sure to check out my Facebook page and Tumblr for work in progress photos! :D
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HikaruToTheHeart Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
i love that you did the dress alot liek the movie, amazing!
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Peakkua Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Hi.so beautiful.I have more original edition Elsa dress fabric and snowflakes cloak fabric.Any interest pls sand an email to me.my email is fun_kuang@hotmail.com
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Squeakum175 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2014  Hobbyist
You look like the actress who plays Belle in Once Upon A Time.
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Rebari Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2014
Yeah I get told that a lot XD I am actually making Belle's Blue peasant dress right now and I actually did a closet cosplay of Belle a couple weeks ago.
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LiisiaCress Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014
Beautiful and movie-accurate costume!! May I ask where you got the undershirt with the sleeves part as well as the sparkly sequins on Elsa's bodice from?
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Rebari Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2014
Aww thank you :D You just made my day. I actually made the undershirt from a material called glissnette. It is the material used for ice skater costumes, dancewear, etc. I bought 20 mm circle sequins and cut them into rectangles. Here is a link to my walk through which goes into greater detail and lists where I got everything. rebari.wordpress.com/
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LiisiaCress Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014
Thank you very much for the information - I'm certain they will be super helpful! (BTW, I am awestruck by your costuming process.... your dress has got to be one of the most faithful depictions of Elsa. Seriously.)
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thtsmeashley Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I know you used duct tape for your stencil but I was wondering if painters tape could be better for the fabric? I would love to use your technique for making my own cosplay but  I'm worried about the fabric due to how adhesive duct tape is. Please let me know if that's a better idea :D I am DYING over how exact your cosplay is. 
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Rebari Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014
Painters tape didn't stick to the fabric either :/ I believe it was the organza though because normally I use painter's tape on fabric without any issues. I did use paper cutouts for the tiny squares on the sleeves and that worked pretty well. So if you don't want to use tape Just use heavy paper and cut the design and secure it down well. That should work pretty well. Happy cosplaying!
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thtsmeashley Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
hmmm, okay then! Thank you so much <3 :D
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