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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 Halloween Decorations, Ideas, Yard, Halloween Crafts, Safety Pin, Halloweendecor, Black Felt, Halloween Ghosts, Bags
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Crumple balls of newspaper wrapped in ducktape. Then add the white trash can bags (the ones you use in the kitchen trash cans) or cheap white sheets, now add a wooden dow and ribbon. or try your local Wallgreens for two dollars you can buy bag of 6 Ghost stakes and all you have to add is balls of paper. Doing this, LOVE it!
I want my door to look this cool, it just needs some orange twinkle lights and a jack-o-lantern or two to make it perfect!
this is kind of what I envisioned La Llorona to look like... but I won't go any further than that. in fact, I've said too much.....she's probably on her way now to get me! aaahhhhhhh!
Eerie Ghost Doorknob Hanger Set a ghostly theme for your haunted house with a simple handmade doorknob hanger. Trace a ghost shape (mimic ours or create your own) onto white cardstock; cut out. Cut a hole in the center for a doorknob, and add eyes and a message with marker (or print them onto the cardstock before cutting out the design).
Stop traffic with a spine-chilling spectacle. Outfit a plywood witch with a coat of black paint. Stick the hardworking hag in the ground near a cauldron filled with white pumpkins painted with scary faces. The bubbling, fog-producing dry ice adds just the right touch to this Halloween scene.