Ghost Bunting

Making a ghost bunting couldn’t be easier and it’s a great craft to have the kids help with!

Ghost Bunting

My 3 1/2 year old has started to enjoy crafting and decorating with me which can be difficult with some projects.  This ghost bunting is the perfect decoration that the little ones in  your life can help you assemble!  

 

 

To make this ghost bunting, you’ll need:

Tissues

Pom Poms or Cotton Balls

Bakers Twine

A large needle

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Have the littles put a pom pom in the middle of a tissue.  Then, if they’re big enough, they can wrap it up and hand it to you.

 

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Then, you’ll wrap the base of the pom pom with the bakers twine and tie it off twice.  Make up about 12 ghosts and set aside until they’re all done.  Thread your bakers twine into the needle {the hardest part of this project!} and thread each ghost onto the twine.

 

To add my “eek” sign I used vellum scrapbook paper I already had on hand and a few chipboard letters.  I used hot glue to attach the sign to the twine.

 

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Hang it up and you have instant holiday decor that the kids can say they helped to make!

 

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16 thoughts on “Ghost Bunting

  1. This is so cute! My boys have done something similar with tissue paper (the kind you use with gifts) and slightly bigger balls. I like your idea because you can make a garland out of them!

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  2. A slightly different idea is to make these as take home gifts with a lollipop instead. The round sweet part goes as the head and then the stick just sticks down with the “body” of the ghost

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