This was my first time using glow-in-the-dark paint and the effect was a bit more subtle than I had hoped. If it is dark - very dark - then you can see a faint glow coming from the ghost. Have you ever tried glow-in-the-dark paint? Let me know if you have any tricks or tips for getting a better result.
This guy is more goofy than ghoulish, but would be fun to hang on the door to a kid's room. It is easy enough to make that it could be a good alternative treat to candy. The plain wood door hanger cost $1 from the craft store, is painted with white paint followed by a couple of coats of glow-in-the-dark finish, and is decorated with some of Mambi's new Halloween products.
The giant red lips with fangs cracked me up. The cheeks were made by dabbing on a bit of pink ink. You could use any dark colored paper scraps for the eyes. Googly eyes are always a great addition to Halloween projects.
The tag is simply a sticker with a hole punched in the corner. Brush baby powder or corn starch over the back of the sticker to neutralize the adhesive.
A few other stickers to balance it out and you are done. If you made these assembly line style, they would come together really fast.
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