I love Halloween! And the peeps at iLoveToCreate love it toooo.
Our copy writer Chloe Tatro, is modeling the Black Widow Necklace that took about 5 minutes to make. And if you're like us, you're looking for a fast and easy "costume" for Halloween. So, I came up with this crazy idea to create costume necklaces.
You'll never believe that this is only Tulip 3-Dimensional Slick Paint.
EeeeeeEeeEeeeK! Chloe's neck has been slashed!
Look closer and you'll see that it's another one of my Tulip 3-D Paint necklaces made to look like bloooood. Eeeeyoooo.
The guys in the marketing department got into it, too. Nate Hough's neck was just the right size for a bigger squeeze of Tulip 3-D Paint to come oozing out in a bloody disguise.
Here's what you need:
Tulip 3-D Red Slick Paint
Here's what you do:
Draw a circle of paint the same size as your neck, and then draw the paint into bloody drips on the sheet. I let it dry overnight to be sure that it's good and dry. Then put it around your neck and connect the ends together. They will stick together, but if you are very active, you may want to hold it together with a safety pin.
The spider web is done the same way with Tulip 3-D Black Slick Paint. Be sure that you connect it completely together so that none of the web falls down. You know, you could also paint a web on a shirt using this idea and have a permanent spider web to wear year after year.
Hey, thanks to Chloe and Nate for your necks….
such a clever idea, Miss Pattie! LOVE it! My favorite is the bloody neckpiece. Bracelets would be fun, too.
Pattie these rock! You've got the coolest ideas!
Pattie- the vampire fans will love the bloody neck, but the spider web one is a work of art! Think I need to pick up some slick writers! Thanks...
I love this idea, fantastic, I can't wait to try it!
This is awesome!
I have a teenage daughter that will LOVE this!
Thanks for sharing.
This is an awesome idea! And you make it look so easy!! Thanks for the great pictures and instructions! I'm so happy I stumbled across your blog! Keep up the good work!
LOVE the creativity! So cute Ms. Pattiewack :)
Linked to this one from the About.com DIY Fashion site.
It's one of those projects where you wonder how you didn't think it up yourself! Love how simple this one is.
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