There are lots of different kinds of fake blood out there. This wound has a dark color already painted on it, but I opted for a lighter, brighter blood for the outside of the wound. Check out these blood recipes
to see which one matches your wound best. I've got some that are great for splattering, and even some edible fake flesh
to make. Nothing like rippin' off a chunk of flesh and eating it right in front of your friends. Ah, Halloween.
Fake Blood Recipes:
- Spray-Bottle Blood - This water-based recipe is great for spraying clothes with blood.
- Dark, Thin Blood - This lightweight recipe is good for smearing on clothing or walls.
- Thick, Realistic Blood - A touch of cocoa gives this thick blood a dark tint.
- Gross Blood - With flakes of skin and scabs inside.
- Fake Flesh - Make chunks of flesh using items found in your kitchen.
- Dripping Blood - This reddish brown blood is the perfect consistency for dripping down the walls.
- Scabs - Make a clump of bumpy brownish scabs. Yum!
- Prop Guts - Use our fake flesh and gross blood recipes for disgusting decoration.
Now you're ready for a gross night out on the town! But how do you get it off after the fun is over