Are you ready to get creative with your kids? Make this adorable puffy paint ghost craft to celebrate the spooky season. This is a fun activity that allows kids to work on their fine motor skills. Things will get a little messy, but your family will have a great time creating this puffy paint ghost. Once the paint dries, kids will enjoy touching the cool texture of the ghost.
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Supplies for Puffy Paint Ghost
- White liquid glue
- Foam shaving cream
- Black cardstock
- Black rhinestones
- Neon pink cardstock
- Cricut (optional)
- Ghost template
- Glitter (optional)
- First, mix equal parts of liquid white glue and foam shaving cream together.
- Next, download, print and cut the ghost template. I traced the ghost on pink cardstock. However, your child can use any color cardstock for the background of the ghost.
- Start painting the ghost with the DIY puffy paint.
- Finally, cut out small circles from black cardstock to create the mouth and eyes. Add them to your ghost. You can add a hair bow or bow tie to your ghost. Decorate the bow with black rhinestones or glitter.
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