Did you know that most of the earliest ghosts were not there to haunt or scare people? Actually, most early ghosts were said to ask the people they interacted with to properly bury the ghost’s body or to give information to help a loved one.
|I make my Halloween-Ghosts and group these around my headstones (fabric or Styrofoam) to provide light to the cemetery scene. My ghost have tails which helps them look more ghostly as well as sit better on the hill side where I place them. To pull the entire Halloween grave yard scene together you can add a rickety fence, lighted trees, candles, spider webs and cemetery entrance.|
|This Ghost-SCREEN can be made for any size window. The screen can have one ghost or multiple ghosts. They can be just white or have various shadows to make them more dimensional; they can be friendly or scary. I make mine out of fabric so they last for years but the can be purchased in the plastic form as well.|
HALLOWEEN GHOST RECIPES
HALLOWEEN GHOST CRAFT
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