But the ghosts have come already,
They could not wait another day!
Some small, some tall,
All gossamer and ghastly
In their cheese cloth disguises!
In legends and in literature,
In our vivid imaginations,
The specters we have conjured
Are of a friendly nature!
Cheesecloth: by the yard at some craft and fabric stores, or at the market in the baking aisle
White glue, and a dish to pour it in to. It's just the regular old stuff you used in school
Some bottles, varying sizes
Wax paper, for easier clean up
A bit of aluminum foil, or any thing that can add shapes to the bottles
A pair of scissors
Then I pour some glue into a dish, and add just enough water to make it a bit runny. If it's diluted too much, then the ghost will be less rigid, so only add enough water to make it slightly more fluid-y.
Next, William balled up the cheesecloth and gave it a gentle dunk into the glue, then squeezed out the excess solution. Once the cloth had absorbed the glue and water, he spread it apart and prepared to drape it over his form.
We found this little imp haunting the dryer!