How to Make Fake Blood for Halloween
How to Make Fake Blood With a Marker
Cover anything that could get stained.Your table should have newspaper and you might want to wear old clothes or an art shirt. This project will get messy. Include rubber gloves to wear so the ink doesn't stay on your fingers or hands.
Get your marker.It has to be a simple red. Bright red or dark, it doesn't matter. But if you use a brighter red, you might need a green marker to balance the color to look like blood. When you have your marker/s, pry the top off with scissors.
Take out the ink container.It will be a plastic cylinder with ink inside. Pull that out and place it on your table. You need to have a disposable cup and a baby medicine feeder ready.
Squeeze the ink out of the container.Get as much as you can and keep it in the disposable cup. When all the ink you can squeeze is out, take the baby medicine feeder out and use that to get out whatever else you can.
Mix water in with the ink.Some inks are too thick to be blood, so you need to thin them out with a little bit of water. Don't put too much in, or it will ruin the color and feel of the ink.
- If your "blood" is too bright, follow steps 1-4 with a green marker. Mix only until the color is dark enough. If your "blood" is too dark, follow steps 1-4 with a white ink. Its difficult to find a white marker, so instead of doing that, you could put in a lot of water.
Pour the fake blood into a closed container.Make sure there are no leaks or holes in the container, not a good situation. When that is done, use the "blood" to do what ever your little heart desires.
QuestionWill the blood stain my skin, or will it come off with a baby wipe?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThe ink will most likely stain the skin. A baby wipe probably wouldn't be enough to wipe the ink off, but warm soapy water would do the trick with a little scrubbing.Thanks!
QuestionCan I use a red pen?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNo, the marks left by the ink will be too thin and unrealistic.Thanks!
QuestionWhat type of marker should I use?Torriy RoseCommunity AnswerIf you plan on putting in on you skin, any non-toxic marker is fine.Thanks!
QuestionIf this accidentally got ingested, would that be bad?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThe main issue is usually the cosmetic staining of the skin or tongue, which may last for several days. Ink can also cause mild stomach upset.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I pull apart the marker?Jace HaruaniCommunity AnswerThe back is screwed on tightly, I suggest asking an adult to help you.Thanks!
QuestionWill kids be able to do this on their own?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes, this should pose no problems.Thanks!
QuestionWould this be unsafe to put on skin?Torriy RoseCommunity AnswerIf it's a non-toxic marker, it's safe to put on skin, but anything unspecified, avoid using on skin.Thanks!
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