DIY Halloween Craft: Blood Splatter Ribbons for Bloody Candy Apples
I made these ribbons in less than five minutes. The easiest DIY Halloween craft idea of the world wide webz. Although they are intended to be used for my bloody candy apples for Halloween, you can use them for practically anything:
-In your hair
-For a spooky gift basket
– To tie Halloween or vampire-themed favors
-To make your dog look super attractive
– Tie around cake pop sticks
-For a horror movie party table
– Use as string for balloons
– Wear as a belt? (actually, don’t do that you weirdo)
– Etc etc ermahgaaaaad!
So the real question is, why aren’t you making these for Halloween? Why are you vampire and horror movie/show fans not creating these? They are a perfect accessory to any spooky edible treat or party table.
Here’s What You Need for Bloody Ribbons
You must select your nail polish. You can purchase some or use whatever you have around the house. If you buy a new bottle, you can use whatever is left to paint your nails, duh.
I found that super thick polishes did not work as well. The slightly runny or watered down nail polishes worked the best. Yay!
Lay ribbon down on parchment. I actually placed newspaper underneath the parchment itself. make certain that the paper covers a wide surface.
Use the nail polish paint brush to “fling” polish all over the ribbons. Wear gloves if you are afraid of splatter on your hands.
Once totally dry, peel and use. See? It takes less than five minutes to make it, and minimal time for it to dry.
You can wear it in your hair. Heck, with beards being in season and all, why not pretty up a long beard?
Let’s not forget their original purpose. To accent the bloody candy apples. How you like them apples?
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- Lay ribbons down on parchment paper.
- Use brush for nail polish to splatter red polish all over the ribbons.
- Allow to dry completely. Peel off of parchment paper and use.