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Ghost Hands

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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If you're looking for a quick and mess free Halloween craft for young kids then this little paper ghosts is perfect.



ghost, handprint, toddler, Halloween, paper


Time: 5 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
White paper
Black marker
Scissors

Method
Draw around both hands.



ghost, handprint, toddler, Halloween, paper



ghost, handprint, toddler, Halloween, paper


Join the ends (at the wrist end).
Turn around the hand shapes and draw on two eyes and a mouth on one of the hands.



ghost, handprint, toddler, Halloween, paper



ghost, handprint, toddler, Halloween, paper


Cut out both hand shapes.
Stick the hand shape with the face on top of the other. You might need to do it at a slight angle so that the finger parts don't fully overlap.



ghost, handprint, toddler, Halloween, paper



ghost, handprint, toddler, Halloween, paper


Your ghost is now ready to stick up for a spooky decoration.

Categories
#Under 5s
#Easy
#Halloween
#Handprint
#Ghost
#Papercraft
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