Ghost Embroidery Hoop Art
Glitter Ghost Cones
For a trio of ghosts that looks professional and clocks in at under $10, this is the project for you! Using only a handful of supplies (which you may have on hand), these ghost cones look particularly cute arranged in a tray with some craft moss and spiders, like Chris from Just a Girl suggested.
Photo and idea from Just a Girl. Get the how-to here.
This practical, yet charming, Halloween placemat idea will satisfy your crafting itch and appeal to your sensible side as well. Carin from Artfully Carin chose a ghost as her placemat centerpiece, and picked a contrasting color for her backing and thread.
Photo and idea from Artfully Carin. Get the how-to here.
Pom Pom Letter Banner
Draw all eyes to the epicenter of your Halloween party with this attractive pom pom letter banner. Erin from Earnest Home co. shows you how to spell out “BOO” in clusters (that resemble spiders!) for a chic touch to your Halloween get-together.
Photo and idea from Earnest Home co. Get the how-to here.
Stephanie from Make and Tell’s tutorial for these sweet ghost piñatas includes cleverly repurposing paper lanterns and crepe paper—as well as your favorite Halloween candy, of course. You can either hang the completed ghosts with string or place them against the wall to showcase their fringe.
Photo and idea from Make and Tell. Get the how-to here.
Ghost Lollipop Bouquet
Transform an ordinary cluster of lollipops into something presentation worthy with this easy idea from Elsie and Emma of A Beautiful Mess. Achieving these gauzy ghosts only requires a few simple products you may already have on hand, such as a mason jar, spray paint, and twine.
Photo and idea from A Beautiful Mess. Get the how-to here.