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* 3 Tubes of Halloween costume blood
(you can stop here if you want, but it looks thin and dries up pinkish)
(I did not measure, I just poured, until the blood darkened and looked a bit more realistic, and I squished it all around)
(I used this to make the blood clumpy, so I did not use too much and really squished it in there)
(I have no idea what this was used for in some of the recipes I saw, but it did make the "blood" a little runnier and it might have helped with less staining)
I mixed and squished it all up in a large bag and started destroying the school girls clothes. I cut rips and holes, took the shirt and pants outside and dragged them threw dirt and rubbed rocks and bricks over them and then applied the blood in splotches all around. I noticed how the "blood" took well with the white shirt, but the dark blue pants did not look as good, but since it would be dark I was hoping it would not affect it too much whch it didn't. I was pleased and so was the director and writer so yaaay lol!