Ghost Frame Craft
Halloween comes once a year and every year I say I’m going to get craftier. Each year I never do but that’s ok because with our daughter being 17 Halloween just isn’t the same as it once was. However, having the nieces and nephews over to craft is always fun too because they enjoy it and we get to make the memories of crafting. The ghost frame was the perfect fun activity for Liz and I for a quick craft. Which allows us to decorate for Halloween for just a few dollars. I did decide that making bigger ghosts by spray painting old frames white would also be a fun way to stretch our budget even farther. But the list got bigger the more we crafted that day!
Here are the Supplies needed to make your very own Ghost Frame Craft.
White mini frame (Michael’s, $1)
White craft foam or paper
1. Begin by cutting the white paper or foam to fit the frame and insert.
2. Use the marker to craft the face of the ghost. Make a dot or oval mouth at the bottom of the frame.
3. Add some glue to the eyes and press them to the face of the ghost.
Your ghost frame is now ready to be enjoyed!
So the next time you are at your local craft store pick up an orange frame and make a pumpkin, white for the ghost, black for a witch or cat and green could easily be made into a monster. The possibilities are endless when it comes to crafting and cheap decorating!