Glow in the dark paint is so awesome. It's like a surprise every time you hit the lights. I can't tell you how many times I have gotten into bed after a night of crafting and realized at some point I wiped glow in the dark paint on my pajama pants. Always makes me smile. This fun surprise when the lights go out is perfect for Halloween!.
– Tulip Glow in the Dark Paint
– Vintage Photographs
– Small Clothespins
– Paint Brush
I hoard most everything, vintage photographs included. These old photos were creepy enough as is, but when they became glow in the dark ghosts it really kicked things up a notch. I will say this project would also be really fun to do with family members pictures.
Using Tulip Glow in the Dark Paint and a small paint brush I applied a thin ghost shape over the people in the photographs. I allowed my paint to dry completely.
How you display your photos is completely up to you. I opted for the old standby of mini clothespins and bakers twine.
There is a whole lot of Halloween going on in my bathroom already so these glowing ghouls fit right in. Feel free to add a witch hat or fangs so your banner looks spooky with the lights on too.