Use one 350 white balloon and inflate it halfway. In the center of the balloon, I make two pinch twists. The pinch twist separates the arms and gives the place for the head to attach. If you want you can use a 260 balloon, which I have done for years, but found that if I did not put some type of hands on the ghost, it did not look completed.
I now use a 350 which is big enough and looks more proportionate, were hands are not needed.
Next, is an 11-inch round. I like to inflate it about ½ to ¾ of the way, and I squeeze the balloon making it a little softer and giving it a ghostly shape.
Joining the Two Parts
Take the double pinch twist and insert the divided 11-inch round balloon into the pinch twist and give it a good twist. Shape the arms and you are done, all that is left is the artwork.
Cute or Scary Ghost
If you choose a scary ghost, flip the balloon over and use the bottom as the head. Draw sharp points for eyes, noise, mouth.