DIY – Spooky Material
DIY Spooky Material
Check out my spooky material. Spooky, right? Spooooooooky…… Well, I didn’t buy it, I made it! Why? Because it’s fun! The only thing I had to buy for this project was a packet of cheese cloth from Home Depot (in the paint supplies). It was about $4.00 for the pack but it came with a ton. What I loved about this project was how easy, fun, cheap and quick it was. Plus, I could customize my cloth to be any color I wanted! Shall we begin?
What you Need:
Ink Pads (I used red, black, green, and purple)
Cheese cloth (Home Depot is my favorite spot for this but this is my recommendation from Amazon)
Ok, this is super complicated, so just bare with me. What you need to do is open you cheese cloth, cut the desired amount (or keep it whole) unfold it, and blob it onto the ink pad. Seriously, here’s a picture of my 3-year-old doing it.
Man, that kids needs a hair cut. I did one cloth that was just red, kinda gross looking but also cool if you’re into the gory Halloween look.
Then I did one that was a mixture of purple and black and one that was black, green, and purple. Go crazy with that ink pad. The more ink you use the better it will look.
And just to mix things up you can always leave the cheese cloth white and drape it like spider webs. I have used this piece year after year. I draped it and then just made long cuts into it to shred it a little. I like it much better than the spider webbing you get that is just one use. Just slap some creepy crawlys on there and you have a more than convincing spider web.
Ok, who’s convinced? It’s all the things I love about crafting, plus its for Halloween, sooooooo, yeah. AWESOME!