Today I’m guest posting over at Eighteen 25 about how to fool people in to thinking you’re a really good chalkboard artist.
Pop on over there to see how plus download my free Halloween Printable.
In the meantime, Halloween is right around the corner and I made some shrouds for my boy’s Halloween costumes this year.
However, I also found that they also make great decorations which I’ve draped on the chalkboard.
Cheesecloth from the Hardware store is the perfect Halloween embellishment.
This is the easiest project ever. The hard part is trying no to get any dye on you (which is why I’m wearing my son’s shoes instead of my own). Following the directions on the Dye box, simply put the dye in to a bucket of water and immerse the cloth in to the mixture. Because cheesecloth is so thin you really don’t need to leave it in for very long. I found 5 minutes was plenty of time.
Squeeze out excess water and hang to dry.
You can use it for a costume, hang it around your chalkboard, embellish a fireplace mantel or hang as curtains.
Remember this fun project we did a couple years ago (and there’s another fun printable on that post)…
Don’t forget to check out our chalkboard tutorial at Eighteen 25.
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