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Glow-in-the-dark paint turns a rug into a creepy spider web welcome mat.
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When you’re decorating for your hunted house. You want also be sure to include luminal touches like perhaps a spider web through raw rug. All you got to do is find you’re self a little run like this well you might even have an extra wined laying around the house. Then we are going to freehand a spider web on here using glow in the dark paint.
And you might be thinking “Freehand”, well don’t be scared it’s really easy actually do a spider web, I’m going to show you how. The first thing you want to start with is a big old eggs, then ones you have your eggs were going to come through—you can do another eggs worth plus on depending on what way you’re looking at here, there we go it would take a minute.
One and two, so ones you have your little abstract all lay out then were going to go in with the webbing. And don’t worry about any little smudges that you might have because you know in nature spiders don’t make perfect then neither do I.
So we are just going to go around and kind of dipping down, you’re just kind of connecting all this parts. And then ones you do that layer then you go around and start the second layer and you're just kind of zipping all the way around. And just keep going and folding it out and then this takes at up 24 hours to dry completely. And then you just want to put it you know, in kind of unexpected place maybe right when you walk into you’re house, put it somewhere, where you know you can turn the light on because this glow in dark ones they need a little bit light to get charged. But then you can hit the light so when people walk in the first thing they’ll see is your glow in the dark spider web.
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