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Tissue Paper Ghost
Written by: Andrea Mulder-Slater
[Andrea is one of the creators of KinderArt ®]
Are you looking for easy to make gifts or decorations for your Halloween party?
What You Need:
- white tissue paper
- magic markers
- elastic bands
- yarn or twist ties
- a few sticks (optional).
What You Do:
Optional: You can make a "ghost on a stick" by placing a stick into the bunched up paper or, tie some clear fishing line to your ghost and hang it from the ceiling for decoration.
- Gather your materials.
- Take a sheet of tissue paper and crumple it up into a small ball.
- Take another sheet of tissue paper and wrap and tie it around the bunched up paper (using an elastic band or twist tie), to create a ghostly head.
- Now, draw some scary eyes and maybe a mouth too, on the tissue paper.
- You are ready to present your ghost to the ghoul of your choice!
Tip: You can use facial tissue instead of tissue paper to make your ghosts.
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© Andrea Mulder-Slater, KinderArt® Illustration: Geoff Slater
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