Glitter Glue Ghost Art

Posted by Samantha Dlugosh on
Caroline Gravino

This easy and boo-tiful Halloween art craft requires only three materials!


  • black construction paper

  • glitter (use white or silver)

  • school glue


  1. Draw the shape of a ghost using a school glue squeeze bottle. Don't forget to make two eyes and a wide open oval mouth so the ghost can say "Boo!"

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  1. Cover your glue drawing in glitter.

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  1. Shake the excess glitter off and your art project is complete! 

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  1. Hang your artwork around the house and decorate for Halloween or give out to friends and family for a spooky Halloween treat!

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For the orginial craft page and a demonstration video, click here.

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