La Arana (Loteria Cards) Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

How to Make La Arana Costume

La Arana Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Spider Witch Long Dress Reveal your sinister character by getting this long spider-witch dress.
2 Black Pump Shoes Match your foreboding dress with these black pump shoes.
3 Spider Masquerade Ball Mask Wear this spider masquerade ball mask and magnify your ominous aura.
4 Extra Large Cardboard Sheets Use these extra-large cardboard sheets to construct the giant Loteria card attached to your back.
5 Black and White Acrylic Paint Utilize these black and white acrylic paints to draw your spider web and other necessary details to your giant Loteria card.
6 Light Blue Acrylic Paint Put the bluish background on your Loteria card using this light blue acrylic paint.

La Arana is the dangerous spider on its web pictured in the number thirty-three (33) card in the traditional bingo-like Mexican board game Loteria. The popular game has a deck of 54 picture cards, which is used to draw a picture card that will be the basis to find a corresponding matching picture in the randomly created 4 x 4 grid of pictures known as the tabla. The first to complete a previously agreed pattern on the tabla will shout “Loteria” and will be declared winner of the particular round of the game.

La Arana is a fearsome card. She wears a long spider-witch dress, black pump shoes, a spider masquerade ball mask, and a giant Loteria card with a spider web drawing.

About La Arana

The La Arana card is traditionally associated with the cautionary verse, “Beat it silly with a stick, do not let it near me.” Thus, in fortune-telling, drawing the card may urge one to take precautions against an enemy who intends to do harm or a situation that could be bad. It wants immediate action.

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