For the last few years, I have been noticing more and more homes in my town are getting into the Halloween spirit. The day we were gonna go out to our annual Halloween walk the weather wasn’t in our favour, thankfully the weather cleared up the other day and we all went then.
I could have spent hours out on this walk looking at all the different displays and of course all the colourful trees but I had to get back to reality and finish some homework for a course I am taking. If the weather is nice this weekend I might go out again and explore some new areas.
Hope you have a great Halloween and an awesome weekend.
For the last 14-15 years I’ve been doing a haunted front yard displays nothing to gory but something that all kids in my area would enjoy and living in a area that does see a lot of rain and wind this time of year, I wanted all my decorations to be able to handle our weather as well last more then a season or two, all of the props I created when I first started are still being used today. Just like this Ghost.
Recently a family friend asked me if I could create them one, so I did
Things you need:
1 White Plastic Table Cloth (from the dollar store)
For the Head use a A White Plastic bag filled with other plastic bags or A Large Foam Ball or A White Balloon
4 rubber bands or one thick one
String or Ribbon
A Marker – to draw on the eyes
* This craft takes about 5 minutes to do – I uploaded a “how to” on pinterest