This looked pretty easy, until I remembered my skills with a hot glue gun are limited, and while I can outline, filling in the outline of the ghosts proved a bit challenging. But, hey. I already had my glue gun and glue sticks out, so why stop now?
For the first ghost, I used one of her outlines (I drew it on notebook paper while looking at the screen) and the other was free-handed. All you do is put the outline under glass and put the hot glue on the glass. When you're done, the glue just peels right off.
|My pink hot glue gun. The tip is on glass, if you can't see it.|
|My drawn ghost.|
|Didn't think to get a picture of the outlining process of this one|
|Outlining the second (free-handed) ghost.|
|The filled in ghost|
|Both ghosts with their eyes and mouths painted on (I used my puffy paint since it was right there)|
|On the window. Yes, I do have bars on my windows. Long story.|
They turned out kind of cute. However, I think if I practice more stuff like this, I'll get much better results next time.
We made hand print spider t-shirts after Isaiah's nap yesterday, too. But those will be part of next week's post.
Do you have any Halloween crafts you'd like to share?