Step 1: Gather the Materials
150 Ohm Resistor - This value depends on the LEDs you are using, your power supply and what's available at your local store.
Christmas Ornament - Used to form the head of the ghost. I found these at Hobby Lobby, these are opaque to help diffuse the light.
White cloth - Used to cover the ornament to create the ghost.
1/4" square wooden dowels - these are used to create the skeleton of the ghosts. It will hold the LED and the ornament.
Glue. (Yellow wood glue for the dowel, hot glue for the ghost assembly)
Soldering equipment (Soldering iron, solder, helping hands, etc)
Power supply - I'm using an old ATX power supply but you can use whatever you have available.
Some copper wiring.
Knife/Saw - To cut the wooden dowels.
Heat shrink tubing (Optional)
Breadboard for testing the circuit (optional)
Step 2: Assemble the circuit
Then add the resistor to the anode leg.
Next, add a segment of copper wire to the resistors and another segment of copper wire to the cathode leg.
Finally, heat shrink your soldering to help protect it from the elements.