31 Best Ghostly Ghost Crafts
Find the perfect Halloween project in this article. I did a Google search for Halloween ghost crafts which include a picture and tutorial. The link to the site is clickable and takes you directly to the page with the instructions.
Find the directions for making the Glow-in-the-dark Ghost Rattles shown above at Domestic Fits.
1. Silly Ghost Balloons
If you need a quick and inexpensive way to decorate for a Halloween party, go to Balloon Time and check this project out.
2. Deco Mesh Ghost Wreath
When your friends see this cute ghost wreath, they'll want you to make one for them too. See how easy this ghost is to make by going to the Trendy Tree site.
3. Creepy Cute Leaf Ghosts
Make these to hang by fishing line, add a magnet to the back to display on your fridge or maybe even add a pin back or hair clip so you can wear these creep, cute leaf ghosts. Find the directions on the Disney Family site.
4. Furry, Fuzzy Ghosts
I think these furry, fuzzy ghosts are just too cute for words....and so easily made. Go to Preschool Crafts for Kids for the instructions.
5. Trick or Treat Ghost Bag
Make your own trick or treat bags by following the directions at Firstpalette. How about letting the kids help make the treat bags that with be given from your home this year?
6. Soda Bottle Ghosts
At Mom It Forward you'll find the directions on how to make these soda bottle ghosts. Imagine a group of these ghosts on your mantel or in an arrangement on the table. Cute!!
7. Ghost Family Pinatas
Can you imagine how much these ghost pinatas would add to your Halloween party activities? These ghosts would be a great Halloween decoration even if you didn't use them as pinatas. You'll find the tutorial for making your own family of ghosts at Make and Tell.
8. Ghosts In A Jar
I think this is an incredible table decorating idea for a Halloween party, especially if you need a large number of arrangements. These ghosts in a jar are much easier to make than you'd think. Find the instructions at Eighteen25.
9. Illuminated Ghost Garland
This ghost garland is super easy to make using the paper lantern garlands that can be purchased. Design Dining Diapers is the place to go to find the tutorial for making this illuminated ghost garland.
10. Ghastly, Ghostie Votive Holder
Just follow the instructions given at the Bargainbriana site to make this cute little ghost votive holder. It is very easy to make, so have the kids help. They'll love making these little ghosts and they'll love it when you light the flameless votive candle inside it.
11. Glitter Ghosts
Sometimes the most simple decoration is the most beautiful. The glitter added to these cone ghosts give them an elegant look that will be perfect in any home. If you like decorating for Halloween, you'll want to add these. Find the tutorial for making these cone shaped glitter ghosts at Eighteen25.
12. Ghost Lolly Pop Bouquet
Why not make this lolly pop ghosts bouquet to use as a before Halloween decoration, and then give the little ghosts away on Halloween eve to the ghosts and goblins that come to your home for treat or treat? This easy to make ghost bouquet had instructions on the A Beautiful Mess site.
13. Coffee Filter Ghosts
If you are looking for a quick and easy Halloween decoration to make for your home or for your classroom, consider these coffee filter ghosts. Super cute and easy to make. The instructions for making these ghosts is found at Kids Play Box.
14. Ghostie Garland
Even though the ghost garlands on this page are all somewhat the same, each is done a little differently, or use different supplies. So, this little ghostie garland is included. Go to The Red Kitchen for the tutorial.
15. Posable Paper Towel Ghosts
A chandelier is a great place to hang these hauntingly cute ghosts. Get the directions by visiting DIY Paper Towel Halloween Ghosts.
16. Yarn Ghosts
You'll scream "Cute" when you see these little yarn ghosts. Preschool Crafts for Kids is where you'll find the directions for making them.
17. Tabletop Ghost
Begin the haunting by placing a ghost on your tabletop. Find the instructions for this project by going to Familyeducation.
18.Ghost Cup Cover
19. Spinning Ghosts
For quick and easy ghost decorations, go to the One Creative Mommy site to make these spinning ghosts.
20. Ghostly Luminaries
Set flameless candles under these little ghosts and see them glow. Go to Preschool Crafts for Kids for the directions. It's amazing at how long the little flameless candles last. To make them last longer, don't forget to turn them off.
21. Felt Ghost Wreath
This is a real beauty, something you'll be proud to say that you made yourself. Go Tatertots & Jello for the templates and directions.
22. Ghosts on a Fence
Find the directions for this cute and ghostly project at I Heart Crafty Things.
23. Dancing Yard Ghosts
An outdoor display that will frighten up the neighborhood. You'll scare up the directions at Listotic.
24. Cornstarch Footprints
What a fun way to measure the passing of time with yearly ghost footprints of the kids. Go to Susiej to see how they are made and for the recipe.
25. Ghost and Pumpkin Tree
Click on the numbered "next" tabs to get the step-by-step instructions for making this ghost tree. Find the information at the Stay-at-Home Moms site.
26. Ghost in the Pumpkin Patch
Make cute Halloween gifts. Find the directions for making this ghost in the pumpkin patch at Favecrafts.
27. Simple Ghost
These super simple ghost will be so much fun for the kids to make. These ghosts are made using a Dixie cup and cotton balls. See all the instructions for these ghosts at How Wee Learn.
28. Ghost String Lights
Decorate your home with strings of ghosts to give it a real Halloween look. Find the tutorial for making these ghost string lights at Craft Passion.
29. Super Easy Ghost Wreath
30. Marshmallow Ghost Treats
Marshmallows in cellophane bags make for some cute little ghost treats to hand out on Halloween. Most kids do love marshmallows so this is a nice treat for the little ghosts and goblins that come to your door. The instructions for making these treat bags is found at The Gaines Gang.
31. Footprint Ghosts
Make this footprint plaque with the little ones footprints on and don't forget to place the year somewhere on the plaque. Next year and the years after will always bring back Halloween memories when the plaque is brought out. Find the tutorial for making this great project at Tattered & Inked.
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