Make a ghost booth vignette to decorate for Halloween! This is a sponsored post with Maker’s Movement.
I’ve been itching to make a miniature vignette for Halloween again, and these new dies and shaker sprinkles from Maker’s Movement gave me the inspiration I needed! I was looking at the lemonade stand die and thought “what would a Halloween stand look like?” Well, it would have ghosts, of course! THat’s how the idea for this ghost booth vignette came about.
Ghost Booth Vignette Supplies
- Tricks & Treats Paper Pack from Maker’s Movement
- Halloween Shaker Sprinkles
- Spooky Buds Die Set
- Die Cutting Machine
- Miniature Bottles
Die cut the ghosts from white cardstock. Die cut the eyes from different colors of vinyl. The ghosts dies already come with eyes, but I decided it would be fun to give them colorful eyes to match the colors in the papers and the sprinkles. I just peeled the backing off the vinyl die cut eyes and stuck them on like stickers.
Add the different shaker sprinkles to the mini bottles. You can find these tiny bottles at most craft stores, but I like to buy them at Dollar Tree if your local stores carry them. Set them “in” the ghost booth, for them to “sell” to trick or treaters.
I used glue to add the ghosts to their booth. My kids get a kick out of these tiny vignettes. We can always add more to it as we get closer to Halloween. I like the idea of ghosts giving out funny little treats (and probably tricks, too!) at a ghost booth. Have fun crafting and creating for Halloween!