There’s nothing as fun as wearing glow-in-the-dark accessories at night in the Halloween season! This year, grab a roll of Glow-in-the-dark heat transfer vinyl and get crafting to create a fun ghost shirt to sport any night of the week.
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First, let me reiterate my big major tip that I just shared a few weeks ago with this glow-in-the-dark craft supplies post. Go right now and get some glow-in-the-dark heat transfer vinyl as come October these rolls will be hard to find in craft stores!
I have a back stock of blank t-shirts ready to craft up for my oldest for every season since she outgrew the size she wore last year. She was due for a ghouly, ghostly shirt for October so I converted the ghost design I made last year into a svg cut file you can create your own Halloween t-shirt!
To create Brielle’s shirt, I mixed and matched glow-in-the-dark heat transfer vinyl ghosts with glitter heat transfer vinyl, mixing and matching the directions they faces and where they were flying.
I added these on the front, back, and arms of the shirt to turn a basic black glitter shirt into a fun Halloween creation.
And what’s even better? When we turn the lights off, the white ghosts glow green!
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