Inside: An easy kids Halloween Ghost Craft that doubles as a boredom buster afterwards!
I can’t get over this goofy ghost craft! So stinkin’ cute!!
Mix-N-Match Magnet Ghost Craft
Halloween is one of my favorite times of the year — I think I might look forward to it more than the kids!
Growing up I loved everything about Halloween, from the treats to the costumes to the spooky decorations. I even went trick-or-treating all the way through high school (but I totally dressed up and took it seriously!)
I love planning our decorations and costumes leading up to the big day, and sharing those experiences with the girls. (Like these Chocolate Spiderweb Halloween Cupcake Toppers!)
This magnet ghost craft is a fun decoration for the fridge to make with the kids. Plus it doubles as a boredom buster to keep ’em occupied while you cook dinner, get some chores done, or just read a good book!
Kids will get a kick out of switching the pieces around to make lots of goofy ghost faces!
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- 1 sheet white craft foam
- 1 piece black felt or black craft foam
- Craft glue
- 1 package small round magnets
How to make a Mix-N-Match Magnet Ghost Craft
Cut a large ghost shape from the white foam. There’s no “right” way to do it, so feel free to get creative with your ghost shapes!
Cut two different ghost faces out of the black felt: two eyes and a mouth for each set.
Glue a magnet to the back of each of your cutout eyes and mouths. Then glue two or three magnets on the ghost.
TIP: Place magnets on the edge of the ghost itself so the eye and mouth pieces will easily stick to the fridge through the foam.
Place your ghost and all the other pieces on the fridge. Let the kids have fun making different faces on the ghost.
Note: This craft contains small pieces, so always supervise little ones when they play with it.
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Last updated on February 25th, 2019 at 02:49 pm
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