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  • Jenna Marie

    #Halloween idea: Chicken wire ghost, paint with glow in the dark paint. Eerie! 👻

  • Missy Lutterloah

    Halloween Decor: Chicken wire ghost: Paint with glow in the dark paint.

  • ShopGenius App

    I have got to figure out how to do this with chicken wire and glow in the dark paint ... would love to have this in the yard for Halloween! :) #ShopGenius #halloween #DIY #decor www.shopgeniusapp.com

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You can really spook up your porch with a few small ghosts made from cheesecloth. Make them whatever size you need and if you want something great for a foyer table, these work well. Just string clear lights behind them to make them glow and surround them with scary pumpkins and you have a really spooky decoration that is easy and inexpensive to create. Via – ashbeedesign

Ghost Fence: For each ghost, insert a 1/4-inch-diameter dowel into an 8-inch-diameter plastic-foam ball; glue to secure. Drive the other end of the dowel into the ground. Cut up both sides of a white garbage bag; lay it over the ball. Layer one yard of cheesecloth over the bag. Gather both materials below the plastic-foam ball and tie with a ribbon. Cut three ovals from adhesive-backed black felt and place on ghost's head. Use safety pins to attach the edges of the ghosts together

You can really spook up your porch with a few small ghosts made from cheesecloth. Make them whatever size you need and if you want something great for a foyer table, these work well.

wire and chicken wire fairy this piece has an engraved stone for a heart, and is sized to be garden ornament. Downsized would look very special as wind chime, or window or tree ornament.

chicken wire and glow in the dark paint ... creepy!!! Very nice to scared the shit out off ur drank ( coming late home ) partner :))

Make the shape with bottle, ball and wire. Drape over cheesecloth and spray with starch. Once dry remove supports. So clever! Next year's craft, Cris?!