by Craftbits (Shellie Wilson)
They blow around in the breeze making them especially scary at night time.
What you need
1 1/2 yards of lightweight black fabric
Fishing line or transparent thread
Start by blowing up your balloons.
Next drape the fabric piece over the top. Is it the right length?
Using a needle, thread the needle and thread through the knot in your balloon and then up through the center of your fabric.
Leave the thread long so that you can tie it to a tree or inside the house.
We popped ours on the Garage door and every time it opened we scared ourselves.
So easy to make a Halloween Ghost!
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