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Calm, only calm! Incredibly charming ghosts from gauze

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Regardless of whether you are going to celebrate Halloween, it is simply impossible to pass by the idea of ​​such a terribly cute decor! Set up a few charming ghosts in your house to support a little fun.

Flying cast from gauze

You will need:

  • Gauze or other transparent white fabric;
  • black felt (or other dense material);
  • water;
  • 200 grams of starch;
  • wire;
  • fishing line;
  • plastic balls or small balls;
  • glasses

To begin with, dilute the starch in a few tablespoons of cold water. After thoroughly mixing the mixture, add half a liter of boiling water. Boil this mixture for 1-2 minutes, stirring constantly. After the product has cooled completely, pieces of cloth or gauze can be dipped into it. We make a small ghost using one ball. From several balls placed on glasses of different heights, there will be a ghost with "handles."

Fix your ghosts with wire or fishing line, pre-pasted their eyes and mouth, or even making a screaming grimace.

Backlit ghosts

You will need:

  • Balls for table tennis;
  • colorless LED garland;
  • gauze;
  • starch;
  • black marker or marker;
  • masking tape;
  • screwdriver or large nail;
  • egg tray

Using a nail or screwdriver in each ball, make a hole for the garland. The markup can be painted over with a pattern or previously wiped with alcohol. For each future ghost, draw some funny or terrible emotion. Balls set on homemade legs of masking tape and place on the tray, away from each other.

Dissolve starch in the same way as in the previous method. For each cast, you will need a piece of gauze or fabric measuring 8x8 or 10x10 cm. Cover with gauze soaked in cooled solution each ball and leave to dry overnight. We put the finished ghosts on the garland and fasten them to the right place. It turns out terribly beautiful!

 

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