Asked on Oct 29, 2018

How to diy a front yard ghost?

Keva Hammick
by Keva Hammick

  4 answers
  • Linda kelley Linda kelley on Oct 29, 2018

    Here are some really scary ghosts for your yard Keva from right here on Hometalk!

  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Oct 29, 2018

    I used a wig head or a balloon for the head and covered it with a white sheet and hung it in a tree. You can use a sharpie or whatever to make the eyes. My kids got a kick out of the simplicity and how quick it was. You could fill a tree with them in no time. It is also one that would be easy to get the kids on, too.

  • Cheryl Cheryl on Nov 04, 2018

    We made some by draping cheesecloth over a coat hanger, spraying with glue/water mix, then adding another cheesecloth over it, more spray glue. Hung them to dry, painted scary moths and eyes on them , then hung in trees, on gutters, etc with the coat hangers. You can cut the bottom edges to look tattered. They aren't so stiff that you can stack them and store them flat. The older they get, the creepier they look!