DIY Halloween Outdoor FLOATING Ghosts

When we first bought our house we needed some easy outdoor Halloween decoration last minute so we made these DIY ghosts. They’ve been stress tested for 4 years so we thought they deserved their own proper tutorial! 👇 materials & links below! 👇

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■ Fabric – we got ours locally
■ Metal hanger – from our closet
■ Plastic bags – left over from grocery shopping
■ Black tape –
■ Fishing line –
■ Pliers –
■ Scissors –
■ Bolt cutter (for the hanger) –

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■ Fujifilm X-T10 (main camera)
■ 35 mm F 1.4 lens (makes things look fancy)
■ Panasonic DMC-FZ300 (vlog and zoom camera)
■ Microphone
■ Main tripod
■ Pan head for tripod
■ Joby GorillaPod tripod
■ Ballhead for tripod
■ Gearbest gimble
■ Lighting kit

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These ghosts really are a super easy DIY project for Halloween. When we originally made them, we bought the fabric but didn’t want to spend any additional money (because we had just bought a house and were feeling cheap!) so we used supplies we found around the house to make it work.

You can really play around with the fabric, we like layering 2 different types to give the ghosts more depth so we went with a solid white and a gray sheer, but if you have fabric on hand or see something on sale, it’ll probably work.

These could be outdoor or indoor decor, we like hanging them from our trees because they aren’t too scary for little kids but they also don’t feel cheesy.