This ghost is a little bit scary, a little bit cute, and a great addition to your Halloween decorating.

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Print and cut out the template provided. Lay the pieces down on the flat side of your corrugated board and trace around them.
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Use the tip of your pencil to poke through the circles on the template and into the corrugated board where holes need to be.
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Cut out your corrugated board pieces. Cut out the black eyes and mouth and use them as they are, or as templates to cut the shapes out of thicker black card.
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Glue the back of your mouth piece and stick down in the middle of main body piece. Try placing it on an angle for an even spookier look.
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If your holes haven’t punched the whole way through the board, now is the time to grab your pencil again and carefully pop it through the indents you’ve already made. Use a hole punch to make a hole in the middle of each eye piece.
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Place the left arm piece behind the main body piece and line up with the left arm hole. Feed a paper fastener through the left arm hole on the ghost, and continue through the hole of the arm piece. Flip the ghost over and split the ends nice and firm on the back.
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Repeat this process for the right arm and the eyes. Finish off by joining the ‘Boo!’ sign with the hole in the right hand.
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Cut about 30cm of string or fishing line. Tie a double knot in one end, then feed the opposite end through the hole at the top of the ghost. It’s ready to spook!
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