Does this look like something you would be interested in doing? If so, here is what we did.
It all started a few weeks ago when I was searching around for a fun, toddler-friendly halloween activity. I came across this page and printed out a few copies with the intention to do an alphabet project. Instead of using the ghosts for the alphabet (a cute idea, maybe for another time), I decided to cut out only 7 ghosts - the length of her name. Using a sharpie marker, I wrote each letter of her name on one ghost.
Next came the best part - coloring the "friendly" ghosts! I gave my little one two different orange crayons. Since I am dealing with an almost 2 year old, we put each ghost on top of an old magazine just in case she missed coloring in the lines:)
Finally when the ghosts were a nice color orange, we put a little glue dot (left over from my scrapbooking days) on each clothespin (7 in total) and stuck a ghost on top. I hung up some string using the 3M command "damage-free" clips (these are great because they don't remove the paint) and clipped each letter on.
Ta-da! Simple, cute and helps to put our house in the Halloween spirit:)
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