Friday, October 9, 2015

Skele-Tee DIY

I love this time of year because I get to wear a SKELE-TEE to the supermarket and the only thing people say to me is "Happy Halloween".  No crazy looks, just Halloween love!  For years I would wear the most elaborate costumes this time of year, but lately I've toned it down.  This SKELE-TEE is perfect for someone who wants to celebrate without wearing a huge chicken suit.  Pair it with black jeans and you're good to go!
Happy Halloween.  xoxo, Mark
I added a little glitter to give it a reflective quality, but you could also use
glow-in-the-dark paint!

See how I made it here!
Stuff You'll Need
Black tee
Craft knife
Skeleton template (below)
Print out the skeleton template as large as you can
Fold a large piece of freezer paper in half and draw the design on the fold
Carefully cut it out with scissors and a craft knife
Iron the shiny side of the freezer paper to the front of the tee
Create bones for the arms, too!
Put a large piece of cardboard in the tee so the paint doesn't bleed to the back
*Also do this in the sleeves
Paint two coats of the Americana Multi-Surface Satin paint
When dry, remove the stencil and fill in with Allure Dimensional Design Adhesive Paint in Silver

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