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I love almost anything glow-in-the-dark {think cute...NOT spooky}.  I'm so glad to still have one little guy who shares my love of cool kidsy crafts.


These little necklaces are extremely EASY to make and if you let them charge {hang around a light source} they'll glow for hours.

When little guy {and me...yes..these look great with jeans and a T} aren't wearing ours I hang them from lamps so they glow at night.

You could even make up a bunch of these for a garland.  The ideas are limitless.


Gooey Glow Glue if you want your necklace to glow or regular Elmer's type school glue

Parchment Paper

Small Hole Puncher

Sharpie {permanent marker}


1.  Line a baking sheet with the parchment paper.

2.  Freehand a little ghost ~ just about any ghoulish shape will do.

3.  Let the outline 'dry' for about 5 minutes and then fill in. This doesn't have to be smooth or perfect ~ just fun!

4.  Let dry for 24 hours.

5.  Give your little ghost eyes and an 'O' mouth.

6.  Punch hole in head and add string.

Wear and enjoy!


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  1. Cindy Eikenberg says:

    Mary Beth, how awesome and adorable is this? Love it!! I want one for me! 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing - pinning and sharing today! Hope you have a happy Friday, my friend, and a great weekend!

  2. Julia Stansel says:

    Mary Beth those are so cute! Now I'm thinking of all kinds of necklaces you could make. Stars for 4th of July, hearts for Valentines, etc. So fun!

  3. What a cute idea! I know my girls would love it. 😀 Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Can I use wax paper instead of parchment paper? And where do I find that type of glue?

    1. Mary Beth says:

      Hi Charity,

      You can use wax paper ~ just be sure to let the ghosts dry for 2 full days before attempting to remove it from the wax paper sheet. Also, I found the glue locally and on Amazon but you can make your own by mixing a little bit of glow in the dark paint with a bottle of white glue {school glue} and use that instead of the ready made glue.

      I hope that helps!

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Mary Beth