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Unleash Your Creativity with This DIY Viral Dollar Tree Ghost Mop

Updated: Oct 26, 2023

Dollar Tree DIY Ghost Mop
Dollar Tree DIY Ghost Mop

Dollar Tree Viral Ghost Mop

Are you ready to take your creativity to a whole new level? Get ready to unleash your imagination and have tons of fun with this DIY viral Dollar Tree Ghost Mop! Who said Halloween decorations had to be expensive or complicated? With just a few simple materials from the dollar store, you can create a spooky and adorable ghost that will surely impress all your friends and family. So grab your glue gun, put on your creative hat, and let's dive into this thrilling DIY project.

The Viral Dollar Tree Ghost Mop DIY has taken social media by storm, with thousands of people sharing their own versions of this spooky and creative craft. This DIY project combines two things that many people love – Halloween decorations and budget-friendly shopping at the Dollar Tree. In this section, we will give you a brief overview of what the Viral Dollar Tree Ghost Mop DIY is all about and why it has become such a popular trend.

Firstly, let's start with the basics – what exactly is a ghost mop? A ghost mop is a simple yet clever way to turn an ordinary mop into an adorable and eerie Halloween decoration. It involves transforming a traditional string mop into a cute little ghost figure that can be hung or placed around your home for some festive fun.

Now you may be wondering, why use a mop? Well, mops are easily available at most dollar stores like Dollar Tree, making it an affordable option for those on a budget. Plus, they already have the perfect shape for creating ghosts – long strands of white fabric resembling arms and legs, and a round head that we can decorate with black features to give it that classic ghostly appearance.

Dollar Tree Viral Ghost Mop Instructions:

Supplies needed for your Dollar Tree Viral Ghost Mop

Supplies Dollar Tree DIY Ghost Mop
Supplies for your Dollar Tree DIY Ghost Mop

Mason Jar- I had one on hand but dollar tree carries them

Dollar tree mop head (there are two different types of these and you want the all white one)

Hot Glue Gun/ glue sticks

Faux leather (I had this on hand from dollar tree but you could also use felt)

Dollar Tree Witch Hat pick (these are by the floral section)


Instructions to make your Dollar Tree Viral Ghost Mop

I started by using the scissors to cut a hole in the bottom of the hat pick. It was pretty easy to use the scissors to cut through.

Next using the scissors, fold the faux leather piece in half (the piece was about 1.5 inches by 1.5 inches). I then cut an oval shape with the scissors. Trim where needed to give you the size eyes you want.

Flip the mop head over so that the flat bottom is on the top. Place the mop head onto the mason jar. If you want hot glue it down for it to be more permanent. Add hot glue to the bottom of the hat pick and press firmly on top of the mop head. There was a bow on the hat pick that I removed and then hot glued to the top of the hat and trimmed the ends.

Next add some hot glue to the backside of the faux leather pieces and press firmly the front of the mop head.

In addition to being budget-friendly, this DIY project is also great for all skill levels. Whether you're a seasoned crafter or just starting out with DIY projects, this ghost mop is simple enough for anyone to tackle. And because most of the materials can be found at Dollar Tree, there's no need to worry about expensive tools or supplies.

But beyond its affordability and simplicity, what makes this DIY ghost mop truly special is the joy and satisfaction that comes with creating something by hand. In a world where everything seems mass-produced and impersonal, taking the time to craft something with your own two hands adds a personal touch that cannot be replicated.

Not only is making something yourself fulfilling, but it also allows you to unleash your

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