A Little Ghost Fun: A New Family Tradition

September 14, 2018

We’re anticipating fun this October with a new character making random appearances around the house.

Meet our friend:  The Little Ghost

We found him in a box of tired broken lights and thought we’d repurpose him and have some fun.

 

Materials

  • A novelty Halloween toy, mini light cover or little plastic pumpkin. Check your decor closet or your closet dollar or hobby store for inspiration
  • Battery lights
  • Plenty of imagination

 

A string of pure white micro LED battery lights are the perfect size for the project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuck in the lights.


See how the Micro LED Battery Operated lights are perfect.  The small battery box makes it easy to hide.

 

Adorable!

Won’t he be fun leave around the house as a Hide & Seek surprise?

 

Leave him in a cereal box!

 

Let him greet your guests in the guest bath.

 

Tucked into a child’s covers at bedtime.

 

Taking it easy in the kitchen.

 

Share your ideas for repurposing your novelty lights by following us on Instagram @Christmaslightsource

Elizabeth May
Elizabeth loves to host any gathering or party, Hospitality is her gift. When not at her church, Elizabeth can be found playing a competitive European board game. She enjoys SEC College Football, maybe even a bit too much (WAR EAGLE!) Originally from the deep south, Elizabeth along with her husband and four teenage children have called Fort Worth home for several years.

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