Have you seen these spooktacular specters billowing around the Internet?
Oh, the chills, the thrills!
I love the “Wandering Woman” crafted by blogger Lori Nelson of Shabulous Creations:
Crafted of good ol’ chicken wire (poultry netting), these ghostly figures and free-floating dresses are perfect decorations for frightening farmgirl fun on Halloween. Just imagine hopping on a hayride or wandering through a pumpkin patch at dusk …
When suddenly you spy strange, ethereal figures drifting through a darkening field …
Gives you the shivers, doesn’t it?
Whether you have enough acreage to host a hayride or are nestled on a tiny townstead frequented by trick-or-treaters, your visitors would be delighted to find fabulous femmes fatales twining though the twilit shadows on Halloween night. And, you have just enough time to rig up a few ghostly gals using the basic technique in this tutorial from P. Allen Smith (leave out the rebar and pumpkin heads for a simpler project):