If you have been around for a bit, you know how much we love to celebrate holidays and decorate. I love creating traditions and a fun environment for my family. Crafting is also super fun to me and makes me so happy. Simple and easy DIY projects are my jam, and classic projects that I can re use for more than a year. This ghost garland is super easy, inexpensive, and such a cute addition. Make extra ghosts to add to other decor around your home!
Video Tutorial at the end!
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I love this DIY so much because you only need a few things
-Yarn in colors of your choice (I used Blush, Cream, and Mustard)
–Mini Pom Poms
-Board book that is about 6-6.5″ long or a similar sturdy board. The bigger the board, the longer the ghost
-Glue gun or tacky glue or glue of some sort
Easy Ghost Garland Tutorial
Wrap yarn around board book, I wrapped mine around about 50 times but this will depend on length of board, and thickness of yarn
Take a piece of yarn about 10″ long and tie it around the top of the bundle of yarn. Carefully remove bundle from board/book.
Lay the bundle carefully on the counter and cut another piece of yarn 10″. About 1/4-1/3 of the way down on the yarn, tie the piece of yarn around the bundle to create the ghost’s head.
After you have tied off the ghost head, pick up the ghost, slide your scissors along the bottom, and cut the loops to create the fringe bottom.
Grab your glue and place a small drop on the back of a Pom Pom. Place them on the had for eyes
That’s it! You are done. You can tie the ghosts to a long piece of yarn for your garland, or hang them wherever you would like.
I cannot wait to see if you made this project! It is so cute and is perfect for a mantle. I hope you enjoyed this easy diy yarn ghost garland tutorial. Here are a few other projects you may like
>>>Halloween Wreath DIY
>>>Halloween House Decor
>>>Candle Centerpiece Tutorial