This is for the person who doesn’t really want to dress up…but has too….(shout out to my son for not being camera shy. You should see the outtakes!) This fun “costume” is made using tattoo paper from Silhouette! You can get some HERE–All the instructions are on the back! This is just a glazed over version!I just found a bunch of spider clipart online and traced them…(love that trace button!)and fill the page. When you click on the print and cut feature it will give you marks to stay within….When you are happy with the placement–send to printer. (p.s. If you have words you will need to flip it so it’s backwards because you will be placing these face down on your skin!)
You cover the tattoo paper with the blue sheet (it’s clear after you peel the blue part off…)You can run it through you silhouette cameo and cut it –It’s one of my most favorite features on my cameo! BUT when I was applying the spiders (you peel off the clear and place it face down on the skin and wet) It was pretty hard to peel off that teeny tiny legs…so maybe you would want to free hand cut around!a fun way to look creepy…without much work!
You can also hot glue some spiders on a shirt to get the whole effect! (go here for the tutorial!)
Sandi Magle says
Oh my gosh, I had boys and they would have loved this….except they would have wanted to go further. How about taking the same download for fabric transfer paper…and getting the shirt all creepy crawly with spiders….
Too much fun1 Sandi
I love the idea ! I’m a grown up invited to a halloween party and I do not feel like dressing up but I do have a cameo and this would totally make the trick ! You wouldn’t share your spider file by any chance ? Thanks again for the idea.
here you go! https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByiSRT2CjMoSQUZ4MFBDelRtY3M/view?usp=sharing
That is so wonderful of you, thank you very much ! I’ve also found your skeletton costume so now I hesitate. Will send a picture 😉