Duck Tape® Girl of Fire Costume
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Duck Tape® Girl of Fire Costume

You'll be the star of the party in this amazing Halloween Costume.
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Material List

  • T-Shirts – Black (3), Yellow (1), Orange (1) and Red (1)
  • Duck Tape® Rolls – Cha Cha Cherry (3), Midnight Madness (1) and Gold (2)
  • Grosgrain Ribbon, 1" – Black
  • Leggings – Black
  • Aleene’s® Fabric Fusion® Tape
  • Velcro® Sticky-back Tape
  • Crop-a-dile™
  • Scissors
  • Dowel Rod, 3/8"x36"
  • Poster Board
  • i-magicut Ribbon Cutter

Project Instructions


Cut off neckline and make a “V” neck.

Cut off sleeve hems. Cut sleeves into fringes.


Have costume model wear a T-shirt that fits snugly. Begin to add Duck Tape(® over shirt to the form of the body. Tape into the style of a vest. Once all front and back are taped, carefully cut off vest by cutting down front. Slide off vest.

Tape over edges around neckline, sleeves and front. Add a row of Duck Tape® to front to create a slight overlap.

Use a Crop-a-dile™ to punch holes in the front for lacing.

Lace with ribbon that was cut and sealed with the i-magicut ribbon cutter. (Follow directions on package.)


Tape Duck Tape® back to back to create a belt. Fit over hip area under the vest. Add a “V” of tape in the front. Accent with a square of gold Duck Tape®. Close in back with Velcro®.


Cut three T-shirts the same. Cut from under-arm seam to a point at the center of the neck. Use the “V” cut area as the skirt bottom and shirt hem as waistline.

Use Aleene's® Fabric Fusion® to tape together the shirts at the waistline. Fit shirts snugly around hips. Overlap fabric if needed to fit and use tape to hold closed.

Lay T-shirt skirt flat and begin to cut fringe as seen on photos.

The longest points of the fringe are the front and back.

Hair Tie

Cut three 1" bands of T-shirt. Cut open and pull to stretch to long cords.Braid 8” of the middle of the bands and tie ends leaving fringe.


Roll a piece of poster board into a tube the size of a quiver. Tape closed.

Tape up one end with Duck Tape®. Tape over entire outside. Create a strap by laying tape strips on top of each other. Once long enough, tape to quiver top and bottom.



Tape over a dowel rod.

Tape a back-to-back square over one end and cut into a point.

For the feathers, make three back-to-back taped squares and cut into a feather shape.

Tape feathers to the other end of the dowel rod.