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  • Daniela Majorie Reis

    cheesecloth ghosts using styrafoam mannequin heads, from Martha Stewart

  • Ashley Welsh

    Super creepy Halloween decor -Cheesecloth Spirits- styrofoam mannequin heads, place eye hook at the top of head then fishing line to hang. if i get my hands on some styrofoam heads, i am going for this! creepy!

  • Bonnie Paasch

    Martha Stewart: DIY Cheesecloth Spirits - Styrofoam mannequin heads ! looks easy to do!

  • Deneen Jolly

    Super creepy Halloween decor -Thinking about a Halloween party this year! Cheesecloth Spirits using styrofoam mannequin heads, place eye hook at the top of head then fishing line to hang.

  • Williamsburg Families

    Halloween Ideas Early!! Super creepy Halloween decor -Cheesecloth Spirits using styrofoam mannequin heads, place eye hook at the top of head then fishing line to hang.

  • Shirina van Hierden

    These cheesecloth spirits would make for a spooktaskcular DIY halloween decoration! All you need are mannequin heads, cheesecloth, and fabric stiffener. Or, paper mache a mannequin head and use that to stiffen the cloth. To give it a ghostlier feel, dip the cloth in glow-in-the-dark paint!

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