Grab a few dollar store supplies and make this Pottery Barn ghost cloche dupe – a perfect craft to make and decorate for Halloween.
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Follow this step-by-step tutorial to bring a touch of Pottery Barn charm to your home this season.
P.S. – Check out this blog post for even more Pottery Barn Halloween Dupes and DIYs!
Watch this quick video to see how this craft came together:
- Cloche dome, from Dollar Tree
- Styrofoam ball
- Wooden skewer
- 1 Small wood bead
- Battery-operated fairy lights
- Piece of thin white fabric
- Drill, if needed to widen the hole in the base of the cloche dome
- Heavy duty craft scissors
- Fabric scissors
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Black permanent marker
- Watch the video tutorial before you begin, and let that be your visual guide for this project.
- Insert the wood skewer into the styrofoam ball. Cut the skewer down to size, so it will fit under the cloche dome.
- Use a drill to make the hole in the cloche dome a bit larger. Then string the fairy lights through that hole. NOTE: the battery pack on my project was a bit too large to fit under the dome base, so I hid it under a slatted wood base with my Halloween display.
- Hot glue the skewer to the dome base, stabilizing it with a wood bead.
- String the lights around the styrofoam ball, leaving some lights hanging down.
- Cut a circle of white fabric, just large enough to cover the wood skewer and lights. Use a black marker to draw a ghost face on the fabric.
- Drape the fabric over the styrofoam ball and replace the cloche dome cover on the base.
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This craft was part of a round-up video Pottery-Barn inspired dollar store Halloween crafts, where I made black Halloween candles and a skeleton bowl. You can watch it on YouTube: