Ghost Flower Pot.
There’s a ghost spooking around in my fall flower pot. It might just say BOO to frighten you. Who you gonna call to help catch this spooky ghost? I know…..Ghostbusters!
I found this ghost stake decoration in this photo at my Connections Goodwill Store where I live. It was right up my alley for making a Halloween flower decoration. Its always fun to go shopping at your local Goodwill cause you find some great buys and good ideas!
I used these ghost stakes in one of my big outside flower pots along with fall colors of orange and red artificial flowers. What’s even nicer is that you don’t have to worry about watering the flowers. They stay nice all through the fall season and you can even use them again in other arrangements. I put this ghostly flower pot on the steps near my front door or on my deck. It looks great and is eye catching when getting visitors.
BUT….Where oh where is the ghost tail at? Happy ghost catching!
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Ghost Flower Pot Supplies
- One large flower pot
- Potting dirt
- Artificial flowers
- Ghost stakes
Fiskars 12 Inch Ariana Planter with Self-Watering Grid, Thyme GreenMiracle-Gro Moisture Control Potting Mix, 8-QuartAssorted Rich Fall Colored Silk Maple Leaves for Decorating
My Tips On supplies:
A great place to start looking for supplies is maybe around your place. Something you can reuse or get for a cheaper price like garage sales, Wal-mart, Goodwill or any place in your neighborhood for flower pots, dirt, artificial flowers and themed stakes. That’s what I do! I keep my eyes for anything that can be reused for a fun project such as making this ghostly flower pot.
Using left over potting dirt is great way to not let sit around not being used. That’s what I did. If you have bunches of artificial flowers you can cut them apart. Another thing I did. It’s also cheaper than buying a whole bunch that you might not need. So using left over items is great for repurposing great decor that is new to you!
My Autumn Artificial Flowers
SURPRISE! You found the Ghost Tail pot!
Spooky Ghostville Flowers
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