Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Here Come the Skeletons

Glowing Skeleton Head; Here Come the Skeletons
Halloween is drawing near, and what's Halloween without a few skeletons? You can find beautiful paper mache skeletons in arts and crafts markets, clay skeleton heads glowing
from a candle within, or even create your own! Arrange them to sit on your mantle, glow on a foyer table, or wait on the front porch to greet trick-or-treaters -- they'll be happily spooked for sure.

Above, a glowing skeleton head greets guests on my foyer table.

Glowing Skeleton Head 2; Here Come the Skeletons
This skeleton head was made using a balloon, tissue paper, glue, and a fun imagination!

Skeleton Greeting Trick-or-Treaters ; Here Come the Skeletons
Found at a "Day of the Dead" market, this darling paper mache skeleton waits patiently for trick-or-treaters on the front porch.

Skeleton Greeting Trick-or-Treaters 2; Here Come the Skeletons

Skeleton Greeting Trick-or-Treaters 3; Here Come the Skeletons

Scared Skeleton; Here Come the Skeletons

Handmade Skeleton; Here Come the Skeletons


Living Room Mantle; Here Come the Skeletons
Another paper mache skeleton relaxing on my mantle

Living Room Mantle 2; Here Come the Skeletons

Paper Mache Skeleton; Here Come the Skeletons


Here Come the Skeletons for Halloween
A clay skeleton glows on my mantle

Purple Skeleton; Here Come the Skeletons for Halloween
I love this skeleton's lavender color!

Mantle for Halloween; Here Come the Skeletons

Yellow Skeleton; Here Come the Skeletons
A bright orange paper mache skeleton head beneath my manzanita tree

Happy Halloween Decorating!

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