You will need two paper circles for each ghost. Trace a 4-5" diameter circle onto white paper.
Holding the stacked paper together, cut the circles out of the paper.
Still holding the two circles together, cut a slit from one edge of the circle up into the middle of the circle.
Take the two circles and line up the slits. Insert them into each other.
Use a glue stick to add a line of where the slits intersect to connect them together. Cut a piece of string and glue it in with the slits.
Lay the circle flat and draw the face on.
Fold one of the circle sides over and draw the face on that side as well. Be sure to look through the paper and line of the facial features with the one before it. This will ensure that your faces line up together when they twirl.
You will draw faces on every section. There are 4 sections.
Expert Tips & FAQs
If you would like to use these outside, you can cover the paper in clear shipping tape, or use white craft foam instead of paper.
Card stock is much studier than construction paper, but construction paper costs less.
This project for Twirling Paper Ghosts was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/twirling-paper-ghosts/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.