Transparent ghosts make an effective decoration. You will require wax paper, glitter, black construction paper, string, and newspaper. First, take two large pieces of wax paper and put them together. Trace and then cut out a large ghost shape from the waxed paper. Next, cut out eyes from the black paper and a ghostly shape mouth from construction.
Lay one ghost wax paper down on a piece of newspaper. Then lay down the eyes and mouth and sprinkle with glitter. Place the second wax paper ghost shape over the first one, lining up the edges. Next put another piece of newspaper over this and iron it with an iron set on a medium heat until both pieces of wax paper are stuck together. Your ghost is then ready to be hung up.
These webs can be used in the window where they will look great catching the sunlight during the day or indoor lights during the night. Start with a large sheet of wax paper or thin white paper. With a pencil draw a spider’s web on the paper. Use curving lines to make a pleasant design. Next go over the lines of the web with white glue then sprinkle with glitter. When the glue is dry it should be invisible and only the glitter will be seen. Hang in the window or in a corner somewhere. They also look good hanging in a doorway