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Boo-tiful Badminton Birdie Ghosts


Are you looking for a boo-tiful craft to do this Halloween season? Then give these boo-tiful badminton birdie ghosts a try. With just a few birdies and a few supplies, you can make you own spooky little ghosts in just minutes. Kids will love crafting these, and you will love that they just cost pennies to make. Take a look below to see how to get started!

Here is what you will need:

Assorted plastic badminton birdies (We found a package for less than $2 at Walmart)
White spray paint
Black marker
Googly eyes
Craft glue or hot glue, glue gun


You can find all of these items at your local craft or retail store. Check around your home too, as chances are these are items you may already have in your stash!

Directions:

1. Begin by placing the birdies on old newspaper. Apply 2-3 coats of white spray paint, allowing the coats of paint to dry in between applications.


2. Once the birdies are dry, apply some craft glue to the back of the googly eyes. Press them to the top of the birdie to create the eyes of the ghosts.


3. Now, take the black marker and make a mouth directly on the birdie. You can make a simple polka dot for this task.


Your badminton birdie ghosts are now ready to be displayed. You can string them onto ribbon and display them as you would a garland, or just display them in a gathering like we did. They look so cute, and are a great way to get into the Halloween spirit without spending a lot of cash.

Gather your birdies and give these boo-tiful ghosts a try. This is an easy and inexpensive Halloween craft your whole family is sure to have fun with.

Are you getting ready for Halloween? 


Annmarie John
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  1. These are adorable. Pinned to try, as the girls would love to make these!! :)

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  2. I'm with Janine. These are absolutely adorable and I'll have to pin as well to try with my niece and nephew. What a fun craft session we'll have.

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  3. These are adorable! And, I love that they can serve as a fun decoration for a game of badminton during our Halloween get-together!

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  4. Those are so cute! My youngest is so excited about Halloween this year since he will be in Kindergarten and they will get to dress up :) Love the craft idea!

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  5. Ok, those are totally adorable! I love them and I bet the boys would, too!

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  6. These are too cute! I LOVE these so much. Great project.

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  7. Ok those are too cute and so easy to make. I think I have y weekend project.

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  8. Oh I have to make these with my 3 year old. They are adorable!

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  9. oh my goodness! these are FABULOUS!! I love love love them!

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  10. What a simple and awesome Halloween craft! I know Scarlet would love this. And she loves to use Googly eyes! Me too.

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  11. These are so cute. I am pretty sure kiddo would love to make some of these. I love that they cost so little!

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  12. Are these not the cutest little ghosts! I just pulled out my Halloween decorations today. I love this time of year.

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  13. Cute!!! And I love the idea of stringing them on a ribbon to make a garland!

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  14. Those are so cute!
    Love the googly eyes.
    Will have to pin this for later :)

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  15. Those are cute! What a fun project!

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  16. PERFECT! This would be great to make with my kiddos for Halloween decorations!Thanks for putting it together :)

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  17. These are adorable! My kids would love to make these for Halloween!

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  18. that is a fun addition to Halloween and maybe you can even play a game.

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  19. They really are cute! And after Halloween is over-take off the eyes if you can and play some badminton!

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  20. Okay, those are seriously adorable! And I love that they're so easy to make!

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  21. What a cute idea. So simple to make too!

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  22. Oh my...I don't celebrate Halloween but these are so creative!

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  23. Those are totally cute. Love them.

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  24. Oh how cute! i want to try to make this!

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  25. Oh those are adorable... my kids would love them and they would make fun little gifts for all the kids in Little Mans class...

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  26. Oooo a whole arrangement of them would be so fun. What a cute idea, girlie!

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  27. Super cute idea! I've got a Halloween party coming up and these would be great to make.

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  28. Awe...those are the cutest little birdie ghosts! They would look adorable strung on either lights or ribbon as a spooky garland.

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  29. What an adorable product! I just love Halloween and those ghosts would be a fun addition to our decorations!

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  30. What a fantastic idea. I love this and thing it is so creative for Halloween.

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  31. What a cute idea for the holiday. Easy to do too, which makes it an instant fave for me.

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  32. Thanks for the great idea! We will definitely be making these.

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  33. These are AWESOME! I love it!

    Thanks so much for sharing.
    xoxo

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  34. Oh I love this!! I am going to give this a try. Finally a craft that I can do. Most of the crafts I've seen I have no idea if they will come out right but this one is super easy and oh so cute.

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