Little Ghoulies- Halloween Mason Jar Craft

Cute, halloween mason jar luminaries. Perfect craft for kids!
It’s time for yet another Halloween craft! I used leftover jars to make these funny, halloween luminaries. If you like my Little Ghoulies, here’s step by step tutorial!
FRANKENSTEIN
You will need:
– green crepe treamer (Originally, I wanted to make a vampire, but changed my mind halfway through crafting, that’s why my Frankenstein is red ;))
-clean jar without lid
-tealight/small candle/small fake candle
-plastic wobbly eyes
-sharpie
-scissors
-mod podge/pva glue
-small brush
-fake, black spiderwebs
Cut enough treamer to wrap the whole jar around (I’ve used only one layer of treamer).Use pva glue to attach treamer to the jar. I’ve glued treamer only at the back, but I spread glue over the entire lenth of the jar (2-3 cm in width). Use pva glue to attach hair and eyes.Leave jar to dry.Using a sharpie, delicately draw Frankenstein’s face. All you need now is a candle .
JACK o’LANTERN
You will need:
-orange crepe treamer
-clean jar without lid
-tealight/small candle/small fake candle
-sharpie
-scissors
-mod podge/pva glue
-small brush
Use a sharpie to draw Jack o’ lanterns face on the jar.
Cut crepe treamer in small triangles. Spread a bit of pva glue on the jar and start to stick triangles. They can overlap one another. Remember to work precisely around the face you drew.
Glue first layer of triangles. Leave jar to dry for half an hour. Add another layer of glue and triangles. Leave it to dry. Make sure your jar is dry completely and fill up eyes and mouth-shaped spaces using a black sharpie.
MUMMY
You will need:
-clean jar without lid
-tealight/small candle/small fake candle
-bandage
-plastic wobbly eyes
-sharpie
-scissors
-mod podge/pva glue
-small brush
This one is super simple! Simply wrap bandage around mason jar and tie two ends of the bandage together.
Cut off excess bandage.
Use pva glue to stick wobbly eyes. Draw mouth using a sharpie.
Happy Crafting!
xx
Mila

Mila Myk
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