Reuse 2 liter bottles. I like to use thin layers of acrylic paint and leave some of the original bottle showing so the sun gets caught in it.
Paint the Tyvek with Lumiere paints Cut to a size that suits, allowing for some shrinkage. Lay a sheet of baking paper over it and gently iron. Watch as the tyvek shrinks and shrivels and stop when your happy with the result.
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