Halloween is right around the corner! Have you started costume planning yet? If you have a dark and spooky side, might we suggest this spider web necklace made with Tulip dimensional fabric paint a.k.a. puffy paint? With such a chic and classic design, you'll be the hottest witch at the party!
What you need:
– Tulip Dimensional Fabric Paint in black slick (find at your local JoAnn store)
– Black Tulle
– Clear tape
– Spider pattern (click here to download spider pattern)
– Freezer paper
– Sheer organza ribbon 1/2" wide
Print out the attached spider web pattern. You will need to set your print settings to "tile", so that it can print on your printer (depending on your printer size, this will be 3-4 sheets). Piece together with clear tape.
Overlay a piece of freezer paper the size of the pattern, then add a piece of black tulle the same size. Secure in place with more tape. This will prevent the pattern from shifting while you are working on the design.
Outline the spiderweb pattern with the black 3D paint. Be sure to apply even pressure for line consistency. Let dry for several hours.
Once dry, cut around the outside edge of your painted tulle. Cut flush with your puffy paint design.
Cut a slit small slit in the tulle around the neck opening.
Insert and knot your sheer ribbon. Do this on both sides of the neck opening for a necklace closure.