Is it obvious this past year has been filled with purging on so many different levels?
That pile of "use it someday" empty packaging in the garage stood no chance.
Once the labels were taken off (using a hair dryer), the whole thing got two coats of white spray paint. Save your name brand paint for something fancy- the 98 cent variety works just fine for this project.
Tip: SCRUB OFF ANY PRINTING ON THE CONTAINER BEFORE PAINTING.
Those ding dang words kept bleeding through the spray paint no matter how much I tried to persuade them otherwise.
(check out that date and judge me if you must)
(it wasn't even the oldest one either)
A quick google image search for "printable stormtrooper mask" found this guy. At this point, you could totally cut the whole thing out, tape it on and be done. Or you can use the force to bust out the pastel chalk things from an old art set,
scribble all over the back,
place it back onto the jar, and trace over the design with a pencil. When you finish and lift off the paper you'll have a perfect-ish pattern.
|that pesky printing got strategically placed underneath a part that would be painted|
A paintbrush and some black craft paint and your Bucket Head is complete. Any leftover chalk can be wiped off with a wet sponge after the paint is dry.