This was so quick and so effective I had to share!
Reuben needed some ghosts RIGHT NOW (he is very excited about Halloween) so we looked around the house for some handy materials to make some ghosts he could hang from his walls.
We first scrunched up some silver (kitchen) foil for the head, then we got a square of kitchen tissue paper and tied it around the head with some thread. Reuben drew the faces and I sewed some thread through the top of their heads to allow them to hang. Done!
Then of course we needed bats, even easier!
We used this picture:
And Reuben's room is ready to be decorated!
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