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Mr. Ghosty, the ghost pumpkin – video tutorial

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Are you looking for a unique and fun needle felting project for Halloween? Try making Mr. Ghosty, the spooky yet cute ghost pumpkin! 👻 🎃

This comprehensive, beginner-friendly online video tutorial with 12 videos teaches you everything you need to know to create your very own Mr. Ghosty!

Mr. Ghosty, the spooky yet cute needle felted ghost pumpkin - round face 1
Mr. Ghosty, the spooky yet cute needle felted ghost pumpkin - round face 2
Mr. Ghosty, the spooky yet cute needle felted ghost pumpkin - round face 4
Mr. Ghosty, the spooky yet cute needle felted ghost pumpkin - round face 7

If you are interested in getting a supply pack as well, check out the kit listing instead:


The Welcome and Tools & Materials videos are free to watch and they can help you decide whether you'd like to purchase the tutorial.

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Details of the Mr. Ghosty project tutorial

Mr. Ghosty is a really fun afternoon or weekend project to make alone or with your friends and family. You can customise his adorable face, lovely little overbite, his ruffled hair and stem-hat in any way you want.

Another great thing about this project is that you don't need a lot of wool and countless tools. Just the basics!

What you get in the Mr. Ghosty online video tutorial

  • Lifetime access to the online video tutorial in the Project Zone. So you can watch it again and again as many times you need which enables you to work at your own pace.
  • 12 high-quality (4K) videos with very detailed visual and verbal instructions. (Not counting the Welcome & Tools & Materials videos that are free to watch.)
  • Clear separation and organisation of the stages so can pick up where you left off easily when you come back. It also makes the project more manageable.
  • You will learn lots of different techniques for example: creating bulging eyeballs, fine lines and small shapes, and shaping a little overbite.

Some parts of the tutorial where the same repetitive felting happens (for example on the body of Mr. Ghosty) are sped up or shortened after giving you all the necessary instructions. So you can spend more time on doing than watching. In this way this video tutorial is distilled and tweaked so it gives you only the instructions you need respecting your time.

Here's the Lesson List:

Mr Ghosty tutorial lesson overview

Difficulty level

The Mr. Ghosty, the spooky yet cute ghost pumpkin is a step-by-step, very detailed beginner-friendly project, so even those needle felters who have done only few projects so far can make their own Mr. Ghosty.

However, if you've never needle felted before, I recommend you to try making some basic pumpkins first. Naturally, if you are not afraid of a challenge and you are good at following a step-by-step instruction, by all means, give Mr. Ghosty a try! In any case, have fun!

Time to finish one ghost pumpkin

Depending on how much experience you have with needle felting, this Halloween ghost pumpkin can take approximately 3 hours to make. 

But that doesn't mean you have to watch me making Mr. Ghosty for that long. As I've mentioned before the videos are tweaked to contain only the necessary parts, so the combined runtime of all 14 videos is just under 60 minutes.

How you'll get the tutorial

After purchasing, you'll get instant lifetime access to the Mr. Ghosty video tutorial in the Project Zone - the "school" page of Wondrous Whimsy Studio. Even if you haven't registered an account yet, your purchase will automatically create you one and you'll receive an email about it.

You'll also receive the direct link to the video tutorial via email in your order confirmation.

Are you ready to make your very own Mr. Ghosty and have some needle felting fun?

PLEASE NOTE:

This video tutorial is designed for personal use only and is protected by international copyright law.

Happy felting!

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