Cut the ribbon to your waist size, leaving about 4 inches on either side so you can tie it in a knot. Then fold the tulle in half and cut strips about 2-1/2 to 3 inches wide. That way the skirt is fluffier and fuller later on.
Keep the tulle folded in half and lay it across the ribbon. Put one hand through the side of the tulle with the loop, then grab the excess tulle on the other side of the ribbon and pull it through the loop. Repeat with all of the strips of the tulle. Put the skirt aside.
Lay the tank top on a flat surface. Make sure to grab the bigger and prettier feathers out from the bags and start gluing them down. Leave the not-so-pretty feathers in the bag (you'll use them later on). Alternate the pink and white feathers to create more of a unique look. Let dry completely and repeat on the sides and the back. Try on the shirt a few times throughout the process to make sure you're getting the entire shirt covered completely!
Remember those ugly little feathers that we saved from the top? Take all of those out again! On every two strips of tulle, sporadically start gluing the feathers onto the strip. (You can create a super-feathery skirt and do every piece of tulle, but I decided against it.)
Once everything is done, glue a few excess feathers on the upper sides of the mask near the corners. Hot-glued gems around the eye cutouts in the mask to create a more bedazzled look. My mask didn't have a string attached, so I used extra ribbon that I had from the other parts of my costume.
Cut the feather boa into four pieces. Tie two strips each on both sides of the excess ribbon from the skirt. Once you tie the skirt, the boas will hide the knot and create a fun tail. Now your flamingo outfit is complete!
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