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Bloodied Roses Halloween Decoration

by diana (follow)
This is a simple and easy way to add a little gruesome to your Halloween decorations. Add roses to hat, headband or window display.



Time: 30 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Red acrylic paint
Red glitter
Craft glue
Disposable plate
Foam roses

Method
Squirt paint and glitter onto disposable plate.



Dip foam roses face down into the mix.
Leave to dry.



Decorate your chosen Halloween item with bloodied roses!

To see roses in a window display, click here
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