Introduction: Glow-in-the-Dark Faux Corset
This post is by iLoveToCreate blogger Maya Murillo.
I've been craving to use the Tulip Glow in the Dark 3D Paints for Halloween, but I wanted to do something really cool and not cheesy. This is what I came up with...
Step 1: What You Need:
Tulip® Glow-in-Dark paints
Black Fitted Shirt
Cardboard T-shirt form
Slip the black fitted shirt over a cardboard form and tape the back with clear tape so the shirt won't slip.
Step 2: Paint Your Designs
I used a piece of chalk to outline where I wanted to make the first line. After that, I just kept adding rows of designs. It took a couple hours. I suggest a good chick flick to keep your mind entertained as you make dot after dot after dot...Every so often I would hold it up to make sure it was all evenly spaced. I let it dry for several hours.
Step 3: Glow in the Shirt Complete in Normal Light.
Your shirt will look like this when finished and in normal light.
Step 4: Wear Your Shirt in the Dark!
After that, it was ready to go. I love how it turned out and I'm really looking forward to wearing it out at night to a party or just goofing around with my friends. I think it would be really wild to do a whole pair of jeans like this too.
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