In the Halloween TV Special "It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown"
our hero apparently has some trouble making his ghost costume as it has eye holes cut out all over the bed sheet. We wanted to recreate this great costume because nothing says Halloween better than poor, pathetic, wishy-washy Charlie Brown saying "I got a rock".
Step 1: Materials needed
1 white bed sheet - We used a twin size sheet bought at the local thrift shop (Support your local Salvation Army!) This worked well for the size of our costumee who stands a little less than 5 feet tall. Taller ghosts would need larger sheet sizes which could be cut down if needed.
Black material - We used a black velveteen maxi-skirt we found at the local thrift shop (Support your local Salvation Army or St. Vincent DePaul or Goodwill!) This worked well because it didn't have any stretch to it and it was relatively thick and a nice dark black.
1 Deluxe Invisible Mask - Purchased at the local Halloween shop.
1 tube of Invisible Stitch fabric glue - Purchased at the local fabric store.
1 old baseball cap (preferably white) - Found in the closet. Another type of hat could probably be used but it should be white so it doesn't show through the sheet.
Pins, sewing needle, seam ripper or pocket knife, white thread, general purpose cutters, 1 large and 1 small circle template (we used the two ends of a tapered drinking glass), scissors, pencil and a white crayon.