CRAFT: Glow in the Dark Corset Top

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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…

 I took a black fitted T-shirt and slipped it over a cardboard form and taped the back with clear tape so the shirt wouldn’t slip.

 I then pulled out my favorite paints!

 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.

 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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Love, Maya
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5 Replies to “CRAFT: Glow in the Dark Corset Top”

  1. Add me to the “I love this!” comment page!

    My mind is racing with great ideas for Halloween! Something like this is perfect for when you want to wear a costume, but it’s not really the right time or place.

    I made several costumes for my son using sweatshirts & pants with paint and applique. Never thought to add neon, but it would have been perfect to add to the design as well as provide some visibility while trick-or-treating!


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