DIY Sweet Couple of Plasticine Ghosts

Together with the children make bright ghosts from pink and blue plasticine. They are not scary, but rather cute and so funny with smiling faces. Plasticine boy and girl do not want to scare anyone. They are only a symbol of Halloween. Let’s start making a sweet couple of plasticine ghosts.


  • plasticine bars of pink and blue colors;
  • bright plasticine for bows
  • black and white plasticine for the eyes;
  • sharp toothpick or stack.
Two Pieces of Modeling Clay
Two Pieces of Modeling Clay
Final Image: Cute Ghosts

Cute plasticine ghosts in 7 steps

Total Time: 15 minutes

  1. Divide the modeling clay
    Four Plasticine Balls

    Take one block of modeling clay and divide it into two parts: a small and a large piece. Mash each part to create a head and torso.

  2. Shape modeling clay
    Ghost Bodies

    Make pairs of parts from soft pieces that resemble the shape of drops. Pull the narrow part of the drop into a thin tail, bend it. This way you will get a head with a long brush and a body with a shapeless tail.

  3. Create a Ghost body
    Two Ghosts

    Connect both parts for each figure. Pull the tails and topknot to the sides. The main figure is ready. Create emotions for their face. For example, a boy may be surprised, and a girl may be smiling.

  4. Make a face
    Ghost Gace

    Glue the eyes. Lay plasticine cakes on top of each other, push a strip from top to bottom in the mouth to highlight a funny look.

  5. Add lashes to the girl
    Cute Ghost Faces

    Make a girl with mesmerizing eyes, let her look out from under the long lashes and smile.

  6. Make an accessory

    Prepare small flat parts for the bow and put them together.

  7. Decorate the ghosts
    Ready Made Ghosts

    Glue the bows to the figures. Add accessories to the girl’s head and to the boy’s neck. Now ghosts from modeling clay are elegant and beautiful.

This is the version of the craft that will appeal to all family members. Such a cute craft is a great reason to spend time together for exciting work.

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