DIY Pascal Costume

DIY Pascal Costume Inspired by Disney’s Tangled

My daughter’s friend asked for my help to make her a Pascal costume for Halloween. I gladly accepted the challenge. She’s 11, so it had to be “tween appropriate”, AKA “cute and easy to walk around in”. This DIY Pascal costume is not only a fun and simple Halloween costume, but also a fun Disney Bounding outfit.

DIY Pascal Rapunzel Costume

Watch the Video

Here is a quick YouTube video to help guide you. The detailed instructions and materials lists are below.


DIY Pascal Headband

We decided on making a headband of Pascals head. Here is what you need.


  • Headband
  • Green Foam Sheet
  • Felt Scraps (white, black, brown)
  • Pencil
  • Green Sharpies or Markers
  • Black Sharpie or Marker
  • Hot Glue and Glue Gun
  • Scissors

DIY Pascal Headband


Note: I Googled and printed a picture of Pascal to use as a reference when free hand drawing his face.

  1. Start with the eyes. I used various round objects to trace and cut out 2 large white, 2 medium brown, 2 small black. For the two small white circles, I used a circle punch (it’s awesome).
  2. Using the eyes as a reference for size, I placed them on the green foam sheet and drew Pascal’s head around it with a pencil. Use the printed image to help assist you.
  3. Draw the scales, eyebrows, nostrils, and top of the mouth with marker.
  4. Cut it out and hot glue the eyes onto the head.
  5. Cut a small rectangle strip and glue it to the bottom center of the back of the head. Fold it up and glue to the headband.

DIY Pascal Tail

I had green felt left over from our family Halloween costumes this year and it worked perfectly for Pascal’s tale. Note that I used hot glue because my sewing machine needle broke a while ago and I haven’t replaced it yet!


  • 14” X 36” Green Felt
  • Yardstick
  • Marker
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue and Glue Gun (or sewing machine)
  • Wire Hanger
  • Wire Cutters
  • Stuffing

DIY Pascal Tail


  1. Fold the felt lengthwise and cut use the yardstick to make an angled line. This doesn’t have to be perfect. The smallest end on mine was approximately 3.5” wide.
  2. Cut the angled line. Sew or glue the open edge to create a tail. Turn it inside out.
  3. Stuff the tail with polyester fiber fill (or similar). If you have trouble filling the middle, use the yardstick to help you push the filling inside.
  4. Straighten the wire hanger. Cut it to the size using the wire cutters. Insert it into the tail.
  5. Roll the tail. The wire will help keep it in place. Glue any openings.

DIY Tulle Skirt

This skirt was made using a standard lark’s head knot. My daughter made it!


  • Elastic
  • Scissors
  • Two 6in X 25yd Spools of Green Tulle

DIY Tulle Tutu for Costumes


  1. Cut stripes of tulle to the desired length. We cut ours at 32” and used both spools.
  2. Fold each piece in half and attach it to the elastic using a lark’s head knot.
  3. Tie the two ends together.

That’s it! I bought a plain green T shirt from Michael’s. We tucked the shirt into the skirt and then attached the tail to the bottom of the T shirt with safety pins. It’s best to safety pin it from the inside of the shirt.

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I hope you like it! Don’t forget to make the matching DIY Rapunzel inspired Trick or Treat bucket I made!

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