The magical Unicorn Hula and her fairies Emily and Jadyn
(Laurens, SC USA)
Hula the magical Unicorn and her fairies Jadyn and Emily
How did you make it?
We used a garden hose & pulled a rope through it to snap it. We padded the hose with sparkling pink, blue and whire tule fabric and hot glued the flower to it to make the neck piece. We used the stems from the flowers to make the wands and hot glued ribbon and flowers to the end of it. We made tge head piece for the girls with the same fabric and flowers and they wore a tutu and tights that matched. We took a large halter and wrapped with ribbon and hot glued the matching flowers and made the unicorn out of foam snd wrapoed with ribbon and secured it with bobby pins.
Before we put it on the horse we sprayed the flowers with glitter to give that extra sparkle. We clipped and groomed the horse and put glitter on the Hula's hooves and body. We also made a tale piece to match. We also placed hay bales out and laid a sheet to cover and we sat on top of them. We painted a matching pumpkin too.
How much does it cost?
The floweres and fabric cost $115.00
Where did you wear it? To o trunk or treat at First Baptist Church.
How did people react?
Everyone loved the costume. It started at 6pm and the Unicorn and faiiries became magical. All the kids wanted to pet tge Unicorn and take there pictures with them.
How did your horse like it?
Hula loved interacting with the children and was very well behaved and seemed to realky enjoy it.. The fairies even rode the Unicorn Hula at the end bareback and the horse just loved the attention and was so well behaved. It was magical!