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I love galaxy inspired prints and jackets but did not like the price tag($75 for leggings? I could just buy an entirely new wardrobe at a thrift store and ...
Okay so if you picked the same colors as me: Great! Follow my instructions! If you picked your own colors: Your darkest color is your base. Take your ...
I used the same sponge(it dried) but you can switch it out if you want. So again, put a dime size splotch of paint on your palette and ...
Dab the pink into your dime size paint splotch and dab it onto your "purple" areas. Again make it blend and gradually build up your paint. It should ...
You can skip this step totally if you don't like the white(I skipped white on the shoulders I painted later) I used the edge of the sponge to ...
So I used a blue glow in the dark paint but you are free to use any glow in the dark product. This is not a necessary step ...
Here's the fun part: Placing the stars! Cluster the stars where the paint is the most vibrant and brightest(Pink) and gradually lessen stars where the colors darken. The ...
It's so easy and even if you aren't an "artist" you can do it! I haven't taken a photo of it in the dark yet but I will ...
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