It's project day! And today's project is a fun one....
A lot of you have been asking about making my famous Bloody Candles. So let's continue with our bloody theme. This is an oldie but a goodie, so let's revisit the ghosts of blog posts past, shall we.......
You all are well aware, of how much I love to create pretty things.... all covered in blood. Well, today's project is no different.
If you're like me, you've been saving lots of jars for all kinds of projects. And now is the time that we're finally gonna put them to good use, and make some bloody candle lights!
This is a super easy project, and will look amazing, with the rest of your Halloween décor.
First of all, you'll need a few jars, of assorted sizes. Make sure they're thoroughly cleaned (labels removed) and dried. Then we'll be using red and black acrylic (gloss) paint.
Then using a thinner paintbrush, dip the end into the red paint, and make drips along the rim of the jar. Make sure to let some of the paint drip down the sides, and even add a few smeared fingerprints.
Let dry for about 2 hours. Then add white votive candles, and group together to make quite a fab-boo-lous centerpiece!