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Posted by oldcrafty 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 18, 13 at 15:29

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A ceiling fan light shade, a black saucer and a little black paint. Add a battery powered candle and wa-la a cute little ghost!

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RE: Ghost

Now why didn't I think of that?! I have several of those light shades that I use for glass flowers.

RE: Ghost

Aren't you clever!! TFS

RE: Ghost

That is really clever. Good job!

RE: Ghost

I was going to make it last year, still have time! I have the shade & a black plate so all I have to do is paint on the face!! Have the battery light too!! Thanks for pic.!! It's just so cute! Jan

RE: Ghost

Well now, that IS cute!

RE: Ghost-painting

Well, 1st time I tried painting something off web. I want to take it to show club so am painting it as I look at this need to go over the black 1 more time as my black is quite thin. Then will have to dry some before I put the whites of eyes on. Sure glad you posted this or I wouldn't have gotten it done!! Jan

RE: Ghost

So cute! I love this idea.

RE: Ghost

Don't know what happened to my post!
Came back today to see what else was here.
Glad Sunnyca did one. Like her, I have all the 'parts'
but have had no time to make it.
Been so busy with getting things ready to
have my Commercial convection oven delivered
(had to clean out one old garage, to put all the things
in, to have space where I wanted to put the oven).
I AM a packrat (hoarder?) and yard sale addict
Will post on the conversations side when I get the oven.

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