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bcrafty
« on: October 26, 2011 09:39:44 AM »

I have made many of these cheese cloth ghosts over the years but I have always made them table top ones (so that they can stand up) I saw on the Today show today that they made some basically the same way but they cut the cheese cloth into smaller pieces and when they were done, hung them on trees. I thought this was a really neat idea but I don't think you can hang them outside because the elements would ruin the shapes. If you haven't made them before, what you do is cut a piece of cheese cloth and dip it in a liquid starch. Then place it over a a form you have made (I use a styrofoam ball on top of a water bottle and stick pencils out of the sides for arms) until it is dry. The ones on the Today show were more simple as they didn't have arms.

If you need more help learning how to make cheese cloth ghosts you can get a tutorial at Craft Elf http://www.craftelf.com/Craft_elf_holiday_Halloween_cheese_cloth_ghost.htm
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lacetron
« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2011 12:10:07 PM »

That ghost looks great  Cheesy Good job, thanks for linking the tutorial!
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