Halloween is one of Putti's favorite holidays and she has been wanting to know when she can go Trick or treating at the mall ever since she saw Halloween decorations and costume displays at the stores starting august. So to help her get a visual of how many more days left for halloween, we made this simple Halloween Paper Chain Countdown.Linking to all places mentioned here
Putti had recently made a paper chain as decoration for part our Indian Independence Day celebrations. And this time instead of just halloween colored paper chains, I told her we can make either a pumpkin, witch, spider, or a bat to add it. Putti said she wanted to make a cute and happy ghost. So that's what she made. She first cut a circle out a thick white paper. Used a large bowl as template for circle. Then she drew in the ghost face and colored it in.
The garland was very long, so I suggested we make it into two and stick it on the little ghost face. The paper chains became the legs of the ghost and Putti then insisted on hands so cut some simple hands and taped it. Here is the Paper Chain Count Down.
Putti has been removing one link everyday now and counting the links remaining on the ghost!
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