Jennifer Perkins: No longer is your basic sweat suit just a basic sweat suit because I’m going to show you how to make it interesting adorable little boy’s costume. And the basis for this really easy costume is a plain all black sweat suit. I have one made out over here and as you can see I’ve kind to get started and now what is making my spider web is glow in the dark paint. Easy to find to the craft store and makes for one half of a cute little web over here. The first thing I did is started with a shape and then I’m going in and outlining my web. You could see that I’ve already got started was on swoops into the second layer over here to kind and give you an idea of how it works. It really easily just swoops, swoop and swoop really easy we just go you know start in the outside and going or starting inside and go out but either way you just want to make sure the whole thing has a nice layer all swoops and you can also wear sweat shirt that I continue my and my web up onto the sleeves they kind of you know give a huge spider web effect. So, when that dries you would make yourself a cute little spider to set on there or as many as you like. Just used craft pompoms and then I used some pipe cleaners to make his eight little legs. And then we just hot glue them on where ever you wanted, the next thing is make yourself a cute little hat because it could also be chilly out there on Halloween night. Just to use a plain black stocking cab and then the same way we made the other spider use some pompoms, some fun little leg but this we add a giggly eyes too. So your little guy can put that right on and he will indeed the biggest walking spider web you have ever seen.
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