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What You Will Need

  • sheet
  • twine
  • something for the head
  • marker
  • needle
  • scissors

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Step 1: Get Cutting

Using your scissors, cut the one larger sheet into 4 smaller square sheets.

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Step 2: Get Threading

Add twine to a needle and thread it through the middle of the sheet (make sure to tie off the end).

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Step 3: Get Tying

Cut the needle from the twine and secure the pieces together with a double-knot.

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Step 4: Get Stuffing

Add anything round for the head, we used batting from an old pillow that had a hole in it. You could use old clothing, a ball, or scrap fabric remnants.

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Step 5: Get Hanging

Tie a a piece of twine tightly around the neck of the ghost, secure with another double-knot, remove extra twine.

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Step 6: Get Decorating

Give your child a marker and allow him to create a ghost face – repeat these steps to make 3 more ghosts.

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Step 7: Get Spooking

Use your scissors to cut the bottom of the ghost to make it look spookier.

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Step 8: Get Flying

Hang your ghosts outside and watch them “fly” in the wind. You can also hang them inside your home for a festive way to greet Halloween party guests.