I am so excited to share this adorably cute ghost garland with speech bubbles! I shared this over on Eighteen25 for their Spooktacular September. I actually took this idea off of another Spooktacular project I did (these adorable Monster Cupcake Picks) but expanded on it to make this ghost garland.
Step 2: Slide the yarn off and tie off the middle.
Step 3: Snip the loops and fold in half until you have your ghost shape.
Step 4: Give your ghost a little haircut to even it up a bit.
Step 6: Punch out eyes for your cute little ghosts to see. :) I reinforced mine with a dab of hot glue.
Step 8: Thread twine on a thick (yarn) needle. Push your needle at the top of the styrofoam ball (right where the needle is pointing in the photo). This will help it hang and not be too heavy. Thread each one onto your twine or yarn. note: yarn will probably make this much sturdier
Now your ghosts are ready to start talking!
You can print your speech bubbles here.
(go to the downward arrow with a line underneath it in the bottom right, download, and print)
I used washi tape for the tooth picks but I think the best thing is probably scotch tape for the lighter colored bubbles because the darker tape can be seen through the back. Trim your toothpick to size with scissors and slide it in the ghost head on an angle.
Now hang it somewhere so it makes you smile! I have this garland on my living room chalkboard but you could hang it on a blank wall or just about anywhere. Its a pretty quick craft which makes it great to do with the kiddos too.