I thought it would be fun to put together a collection of other ghost decorations, so I reached out to the blogging community to see what cool crafts they came up with.
Be sure to read to the end of this article for all the crafty ideas!
DIY Halloween Ghost Decorations
From floating ghosts made out of cheesecloth to glowing mason jar ghosts, these crafts will take your Halloween decor game to the next level.
One creative idea is to make a ghostly chandelier by suspending several white sheets from a large hula hoop or even an old lampshade frame.
Hang it from the ceiling and complete the look with LED lights or battery-powered candles for an enchanting effect.
If you’re looking for an outdoor Halloween DIY (and feeling ambitious), try making life-size ghost figures using chicken wire and an old white sheet – this is sure to be a hit with trick-or-treaters as they approach your doorstep!
For those looking for something quick and easy, consider making spooky ghost balloons by covering them with white tissue paper.
This is a fun idea for Halloween parties!
Simply draw on some ghost eyes and mouth with permanent markers, or use black felt.
Then hang them around your house or yard for a ghostly presence that’s both adorable and festive.
Remember, there’s no need to break the bank when it comes to Halloween decorations – get crafty and have fun while creating a hauntingly good time for all!
21 DIY Halloween Ghost Decorations That are Cute Not Scary
Get inspired by these 21 ghost-themed Halloween crafts that are sure to give your home that eerie, haunted feel.
If you haven't heard of the ghost painting trend on TikTok yet, you have to check it out! There are some seriously clever ideas. This was my first canvas and I just finished my second, which I'll share next week. You have to see what this painting looked like before I added the ghost.
When I decided to go with a ghost theme, I knew a centerpiece was needed for my dining table. I'm absolutely loving how this little cutie turned out. Instead of a spooky ghost face, I went with happy ghost eyes and a smiley face.
If you are planning a Halloween party, be sure to add several of these ghost tea lights. They will look great on a kitchen table, coffee table, or even on the kitchen counter by a Halloween candy dish.
Hopefully you found a new ghost decoration to add to your Halloween decor this year.
Let me know which one is your favorite. Happy Halloween!
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