Spooky Style Witch Hat
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Spooky Style Witch Hat

Your Halloween costume can be as stylish as it is spooky with a little help from Tulip® Fashion Glitter™. A shimmery web makes for a not so creepy crawler - add feathers and tulle for a hat that'll make you scream with delight!

Add some body art using Tulip® Body Art™ face and body paint to complete your look.

Designed by Pattie Donham Wilkinson, courtesy of iLoveToCreate®

Craft Time: 60+ minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Tulip® Fashion Glitter™ - Gold Fine Jewel and Emerald Fine Jewel
  • Tulip® Fashion Glitter™ Bond
  • Aleene's® Fabric Fusion®
  • Tulip® Body Art™ Face and Body Paint - White and Black
  • Witch Hat
  • Tulle - Black
  • Feathers, Large - Assorted
  • Fabric Spider, Large
  • Liner Paintbrush
  • Foil
  • Scratch Paper
  • Chalk Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Clothespins
 

Project Instructions

If desired, first sketch out spider web on witch hat as shown.


Squeeze a puddle of Fashion Glitter™ bond on foil and use liner brush to brush adhesive on spider web. While glue is still wet, sprinkle gold glitter over glue. Let dry then shake off excess glitter over a piece of scratch paper and return to container for reuse.


Brush Fashion Glitter™ bond onto spider and sprinkle emerald glitter over adhesive. Let dry then shake off excess glitter onto scratch paper and return to container for reuse. Set spider aside.


Cut a piece of tulle large enough to fit around hat and hang down over brim. Tie a knot on one end and use Fabric Fusion® to glue in place on one side of hat, holding in place with a clothespin until dry. Tie a knot on other end of tulle piece and glue to other side of hat, holding in place with a clothespin until dry.


Glue feathers in place on one side of hat, holding in place with clothespins until dry. Refer to photo.


Glue spider in place on web as shown. Let dry.


Body Art
Freehand spider with web on face using Tulip® Body Art™ face and body paint, black and white.
 

Tips

Clothespins are great tools for holding items in place while glue dries.