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Spooky Stylish Halloween Face Masks with Glow in the Dark Fabric Paint

As Halloween gets closer, we want to ensure that everyone stays safe and healthy when celebrating. Luckily, these glow in the dark monster masks are a graveyard smash! Craft Box Girls show how you can keep your trick-or-treaters safe this year with these spooky stylish face masks made with Tulip Brush-On Fabric Paint and Glow in the Dark Fabric Paint!

What you need:

- Tulip Glow in the Dark Dimensional Fabric Paint

- Tulip Brush-On Fabric Paint

- Cloth face masks (This project uses orange, purple, and black)

Wash and dry your cloth face masks

Before painting your project, be sure to wash and dry your cloth face masks. In this project, we are using masks in orange to create a fun jack-o-lantern mask, black for a spooky skeleton mask, and purple to make a mischievous monster mask. Feel free to get creative and use any colors you’d like!

Use fabric paint to decorate your pumpkin mask

Paint the faces onto each mask using fabric paint. To create a jack-o-lantern mask, use black fabric paint to create a triangle-shaped nose and the classic cut-out mouth. 

Outline the jack-o-lantern face with Glow in the Dark Dimensional Fabric Paint

Outline the jack-o-lantern face with Glow in the Dark Dimensional Fabric Paint

Use fabric paint to decorate your skeleton mask

 For a skeleton mask, you can either use white fabric paint as a base and outline with glow paint, or paint entirely with glow paint.

Outline the skeleton face with Glow in the Dark Dimensional Fabric Paint

Outline the skeleton face with Glow in the Dark Dimensional Fabric Paint

Use fabric paints to decorate your monster mask

To make a monster mask, use white fabric paint to draw sharp teeth, red for the tongue, and black for the background of the mouth.

Outline the monster face with Glow in the Dark Dimensional Fabric Paint

Outline the monster face with Glow in the Dark Dimensional Fabric Paint

Charge your glow masks with a UV light source

Charge your glow masks with a UV light source.

How else will you use Tulip Glow in the Dark Fabric Paint on your monster masks? Stay safe this Halloween and share your creative ideas with us on social @TulipColorCrafts!

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