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Dancing Tissue Paper Ghosts

By: Carol Morrison
Dancing Tissue Paper Ghosts
Dancing Tissue Paper Ghosts
This image courtesy of primecp.com

"This DIY Halloween craft is fun and easy to make. These ghosts are ready to sit on top of any ledge or table. All ages would enjoy this craft."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

HolidayHalloween

Materials List

  • Coffee filters (3 to each ghost)
  • White pipe cleaner (1 to each ghost)
  • Black marker
  • Water
  • Orange marker

Instructions

  1. Take one of the filters and make a ball for the heads

  2. Take a filter on top of the heads. Take a white pipe cleaner around the neck once and make the arms with the same pipe cleaner.

  3. The under skirt was dipped in water slightly and dotted with orange marker so the color seeped through the filter.

  4. When the filter was dry, this skirt was the bottom layer of the one ghosts.

  5. With the arms of the ghosts, join them in a semi-circle.

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