Thursday, August 9

Pretty in Pasta Headband

Tallulah and I have been on a pasta painting kick lately. Some people make their noodles into necklaces around here we have been working the hair clip angle. Today for I Love to Create I'll show you an updated spin on noodle art.


Bow Tie Pasta

Aleene's Tacky Glue


Tulip Glam-It-Up Iron On Crystals

Scribbles Paint

Crafty Chica Paint

Finding the right paint to stick to your pasta can be tricky. I used two coats of Crafty Chica paint on my noodle.

Once my noodle paint was dry I went in with Scribbles paint and Glam-It-Up Crystals to add a little sparkle.

Once all the paint was dry using Aleene's Tacky Glue I attached my little bow to the side of my headband.

Who says that you can't be pretty in pasta?


JoJo said...

Love it! But doesn't the pasta break?

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Holley said...

I have had good success with mixing rubbing alcohol with food coloring or Rit (r) dye and soaking noodles till desired color is reached. Works great and dries quickly. Finish off with a clear sealant and embellishments.

Jennifer Perkins - Naughty Secretary Club said...

The pasta is fragile, but you just have to treat it like you would a nice piece of jewelry or a hat you didn't want to lose it's shape. If it breaks luckily it is cheap and easy to replace.

Holley I have dyed pasta too. LOVE the new food coloring options on noodles.

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