Halloween is just a few weeks to come and my DIY Halloween Buckets are perfect for a last-minute Halloween decoration and trick or treat fun. It’s a great recycle project of a plastic bottle too. So, do you feel like you want to make the same Halloween bucket? Just scroll down and see how I made it. It’s simple, easy and fun!
Things To Prepare
Super easy to make and easy-to-find supplies. It’s just great for quick and practical Halloween preparation. Let’s see what are the list supplies used to make this DIY Halloween Ghost Bucket :
- Big plastic soda bottles
- Acrylic paint (white)
- Black and white checker ribbon
- Black Marker
- White flat nylon rope
How To Make
This surely a super easy Halloween project which also a recycle project. Kids can easily help to make, especially on painting works. Anyway, just follow these easy steps on how to make DIY Halloween Ghost Bucket :
1 . Make sure your plastic bottles are cleaned. Cut a bottle into two, about half from the bottom bottle.
2. Start with painting it white. Leave it until dry.
3 .Install a handle to the top part of the cut-bottle by using a white flat nylon rope. Just staple it on both sides.
4. Followed by drawing a ghost’s cute eyes and open mouth on each bucket. I leave the other bucket without a handle and use it as a multi-purpose Halloween bucket.
5. Last touch up is to tie a checker board ribbon on each bucket. Super cute!
The handled Halloween Ghost bucket is ready for trick or treat and the other Ghost bucket can serves as straw holder or treat holder or anything. Super cute and easy to make! This Halloween Ghost Buckets are perfect for cute Halloween theme.
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