Crafting is a great way to show children they, too, can be creative and make works of art that they can be proud of. When crafting with children, they don’t have to produce perfect projects. Some of the best parts of children’s crafts are the nuances that make them unique and all their own.
Ghost bushes are incredibly easy to make all you need is:
Black marker or Black Fabric Paint
Take a plain white sheet and fold it in half. The size of the sheet depends on the size of your bushes!
Place newspaper in between the fold and then go to work making the face of your ghost. You can make it scary or fun – it’s all up to you!
Once everything is completely dry, just wrap the sheet around your bush and secure in the back tightly with clothespins. After that, all you have to do is enjoy your neighbor’s compliments! It should look a little something like this:
If you don’t have any bushes, you can fill the sheet with ballons and tie the sheet on the bottom to secure the ballons and secure the ghost to a rock or tree. And if you don’t have any balloons, how about raking up those leaves in the yard and fill the sheet.