I can’t believe Halloween is almost here! There’s still plenty of time to enjoy fun activities and create cool art projects with the kids. I had the opportunity to share some simple Halloween crafts with viewers of the Daytime TV Show on WFLA Channel 8. Unfortunately, I forgot to take pictures of my set up at the studio. Silly me. It was a lot of fun decorating pumpkins and making a cardboard ghost with Deanna Moore. She was an amazing host who made me feel comfortable on air. I will share all the details on how to make an easy cardboard ghost for Halloween.
Easy Cardboard Ghost
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- Recycled cardboard
- Ghost template
- Paint brush or foam brush
- White acrylic paint or white washable paint
- Black paper or black felt
- Black marker
- Eyes and mouth template for ghost
- First, download the ghost template and print it. Then use the scissors to cut the ghost template.
- Next, use a black marker to trace the ghost on the cardboard then cut it.
- Use the paint brush or foam brush to apply white acrylic paint to the cardboard ghost. Allow the paint to dry before moving on to the next step.
- Cut out eyes and a mouth for the ghost using either black felt or paper. You can create your own or download the template for the eyes and mouth.
- Finally, glue the facial features on the cardboard ghost to finish this project.
I hope you have a great time making this easy Halloween craft with your family. If you enjoyed the segment and would like to see more crafts and activities, follow me on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. I would like to thank Daytime TV Show for having me on as a guest. It was an incredible experience. Didn’t get a chance to watch it? Visit their website to see the Halloween craft segment.
Looking for more Halloween activities for the kids? Check out my Pinterest board or these cool ideas:
- Halloween Sensory Tray
- Spaghetti Halloween Sensory Activity
- Monster Soup Sensory Bin
- Spooky Halloween Sensory Bin
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