Want to make a ghost DIY decoration for Halloween? Try to make Teru-Teru Bozu, it is really easy, you know! Just use tissue (or you can use Halloween ghost template for more neat result), paper, thread, and a replica of the eyeballs.
Everyone can definitely make this teru-teru bozu decoration. It only took less than five minutes to make, don't you believe it?
Try the steps below:
Step 1 – All you have to do is take the paper and then knead it into a ball to form a teru-teru bozu's head.
Step 2 – Then coat the ball again with a tissue.
Step 3 – ext, attach a replica of the eyeball to the head and attach the twine to tie the teru-teru bozu as well. Done!
Decorations and ghost-like items are popular for use in a scary party or event, such as at Halloween. Today I’m going to give you DIY ghost decoration from styrofoam balls.
Step 1 - Stack the two paper cups together. Place the first glass on the table upside down. Then, place the glass on the top of the upside-down glass in the proper upright position.
Step 2 - Place a small Styrofoam ball over the top of the glass. The glass on the bottom should keep turning upside down, while the glass on top should be positioned correctly.
Step 3 - strip 20 cm of white fabric or sheets. It doesn't matter if the edges are not flat.
Step 4 - Cover your styrofoam with glue and Directly hang your fabric over the Styrofoam.
Step 5 - Let the glue dry for about 10 minutes.
Step 6 - Remove from the bottom of the glass.
Step 7 - Use glue to attach the two dark circles from paper that will be used as eyes for the ghost. You can make it yourself or cut it from the Halloween ghost template.
Step 8 - Tie a knot over the ghost using twine, and then hang it up for decoration.
Here’s a tutorial to make a cheesecloth ghost for Halloween decoration.
Step 1 - Stack two paper cups together. Make the bottom part using a 250 ml paper cup. Place the first glass on the table upside down. Then, place the glass on the top of the upside-down glass in the proper upright position. If these two stacked glasses are unstable, you can stabilize them by using masking tape on the glasses. You will only need these glasses temporarily.
Step 2 - Place a small balloon on top. Inflate a small balloon and place it over the top of the glass. The glass on the bottom should keep turning upside down, while the glass on top should be positioned correctly. You can use any colored balloons as they will only be needed temporarily.
Step 3 - Cut the cheesecloth 20 cm long. It doesn't matter if the edges are not flat. The ragged edges will actually make the ghost look even more real. If you have a hard time cutting the cheesecloth, you can use the Halloween ghost template.
Step 4 - Soak your cotton cloth in bleach. Place the cotton cloth in the bowl, making sure that the two sides of the cotton cloth are completely covered. In a small, large tub, pour the bleach so that you can do this process as easy as possible.
Step 5 - Directly hang your cotton cloth over the balloon. You will need to position it directly on the balloon that is on top of the standing paper cup as soon as you remove the cotton cloth from the bowl filled with bleach. The dangling sides of the cotton fabric don't need to be exactly the same size, but they should still be similar. Let the bleach on the cotton dry. This drying process will take about 10 minutes.
Step 6 - Pop the balloon when the cotton is dry. Puncture the needle to pop the balloon through the cotton fabric. You're going to get something now that looks like a hardened "ghost". Remove from the bottom of the glass.
Step 7 - Decorate your ghost. Use glue to attach the two dark circles that will be used as eyes for the ghost. Let the glue dry. Use your fingers to spread and harden the edges of the fabric, to make your fabric look more ghost-like. Tie a knot over the ghost using fishing thread, sewing thread, or twine, and then hang it up for decoration.
Halloween derives from the ancient festival of Samhain. People believed that there was a link between the worlds of the dead and the worlds of the living. This commercial holiday spread spooky legends, folklore, and myths over time.
A witch is a dark character who wears a hat and rides a broom. The true history of witches dates back to 900 B.C. The vampire who sucks blood and has been known as evil. The vampire legend is thought to have originated in Ancient Greek mythology and spread throughout the Middle Ages.
According to Greek mythology and Nordic folklore, a werewolf is the transformation of a human into a vicious creature who is always thirsty for red blood. You may be familiar with the scary folk legends of zombies and mummies.
Even though these legends date back to ancient times, they remain popular because all of these terrifying characters have become iconic characters in films.
At the Halloween party, it requires people to dress up as the famous characters they love. Mostly might choose ghost characters to wear. Here are some recommendations of the costume you can pick. Ghost pirates is a cool character you can dress up with.
Make up in a skeleton and wear a costume along with the iconic hat and the sword. A scary bride ghost costume will be awesome to wear. Don’t forget to have a flower bucket on your hands as an accessory. Soul taker is also an iconic dress to wear. Bring the sword to make you scarier.
Scream costumes also become people's favorite. Wear the scream mask along with an all-black costume, definitely scary to stare at. Other ghost costumes you can pick are Casper ghost costume, Victorian ghost costume, mummy, Dracula, and many more. Choose one of your favorite and have make-up on to improve your spooky looks.
Spending Halloween watching the animated movie is a kid’s favorite. After going on a trick or treat with their friends, your kids might seek another Halloween entertainment, so this can be one of your options.
The first one is The Legend of Sleepy Hollow which aired in 1949 which known for the character who is being chased by the headless man riding a horse. The Skeleton Dance tells about a dancing skeleton as the title.
Many people said that this animated movie become the most beautiful cartoon ever made. Other recommendations can be Water Water Every Hare (1952), Trick or Treat (1952), Night on Bald Mountain (1940), and many more.