Thursday, October 23, 2008

How to Make Fake Horror Movie Vampire Blood

If you’re dressing up as a vampire for Halloween, chances are you will want to sport some fake blood dribbling from those vampire fangs or all over you if you’re occupying your favorite horror movie monster to a Halloween party as their favorite tasty snack latest victim. 




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In that case, you’ll need some fake blood. It’s easy to make, in fact, this is the same recipe that they use to make fake blood for movies and for television shows.


How to Make Halloween Blood From Kitchen Ingredients




Ingredients:

Light corn syrup (this is not the same thing as high fructose corn syrup)
Red food coloring
Dish soap

Make it:

1. Mix the red food coloring thoroughly into the light corn syrup and add a small slosh of dish soap. The dish soap makes for easier post party cleanup and keeps the food coloring from staining your clothes and/or skin.

2. Smear the fake blood when and where as needed. Be warned it’s sticky and feels a little bit weird on your skin at first but you’ll get used to it after a while.

If you’re going to use the fake blood around your mouth for example to make a little dribble down your face from your fake vampire fangs then don’t put the dish detergent in the blood or you might get soap in your mouth. That doesn’t taste very good. Guess how I found out?

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