It is getting to be that time of year again. The ghosts and goblins are ready to come out and play. And this adorable paper plate flying ghost is more eager than the rest. Him and his friends are peeking out the window and they are just dying to create a little bit of spooky fun with you. This haunting craft is quick and easy to make and fun to play with. Read on further for supplies and directions… if you dare. Boooooooo!
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What you will need:
Black & white construction paper
Cut the center of a paper plate out.
Paint the outer ring of the paper plate in black paint. Let the paint dry.
Cut two long and thin pieces of construction paper and tape or glue them in a cross across the inside of the paper plate.
Cut a large circle out of construction paper and tape it to the unpainted side of the paper plate, leaving about a quarter of it open so that the ghost can slide into it later.
Draw and cut out two identical ghosts. They should be small enough to fit into the middle of the paper plate. Glue the two cutouts around a jumbo craft stick.
Cut a small circle out of black construction paper for a mouth and then glue on a pair of googly eyes and the mouth.
The ghost should be able to slide into the opening between the paper plate and the construction paper backing.
Glue colored googly eyes and smaller googly eyes around the backing to add an extra spooky feel to your haunted window. If you are feeling really creative, design your own eyes with construction paper. Make different shapes, colors and sizes.
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