How to make glow-in-the-dark Halloween clings
You guys, we LOVE glow-in-the-dark crafts. I mean after sharing a glow in the dark party, pumpkins and slime, it shouldn’t be a surprise we have more glow Halloween craft ideas to share. For today’s project I’m partnering with iLoveToCreate to share with you glow-in-the-dark Halloween clings. I actually made these at the end of May…yes, you read that right. I even shared sneak peeks on snapchat. I’ve been waiting to share these with you for months and I’m so excited for you guys to see how easy they are to make. You can use them for your kids to play with on windows or stick them on cups for a Halloween party. They really do glow and are even brighter with a black light in the room. So let’s get started!
Glow-in-the-dark Halloween Clings
Tulip glow in the dark paint
Step one: place your printable inside a plastic bag. It’s okay if it doesn’t zip, you only need to make sure the illustrations are covered.
Step two: color in the pictures with your glow in the dark paint. The thicker you layer the paint the more vibrant your cling will be. If it’s too thin the cling will be a little transparent. Let your clings dry overnight. The more paint you use the longer it will take to dry, so carefully test your cling to see if it’s fully dry before removing.Step three: remove your clings from the plastic bag. Stick them on windows or cups for a Halloween party.
What’s great about the clings is that they’re easy to remove and reuse on different surfaces. My kids have been playing with them on their bedroom windows for weeks now.
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