pleasedontsqueezetheshaman:

I finally ran out of body parts.

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truebluemeandyou: From Mod Dessert’s Etsy shop. Thanks Donatella - this tickled my funny bone.

DIY Haloween Bone and Skull Wreath from The Art of Doing Stuff here. Tired of adorable Halloween decor and ready for something truly creepy? Then this wreath made out of Dollar Store materials and bones is for you. For everything Halloween go here.

DIY Haloween Bone and Skull Wreath from The Art of Doing Stuff here. Tired of adorable Halloween decor and ready for something truly creepy? Then this wreath made out of Dollar Store materials and bones is for you. For everything Halloween go here.

halloweencrafts:

DIY Easy Skeleton Tights from Panda Head here. First seen at Make here. DIY and step-by-step photos by Cheralee Lyle, photo by Caroline Lacey.

halloweencrafts:

DIY Easy Skeleton Tights from Panda Head here. First seen at Make hereDIY and step-by-step photos by Cheralee Lylephoto by Caroline Lacey.

DIY How to Bend Popsicle Sticks for Wooden Helix Vase (on right).The one photo download I picked has another pattern (on the left) that reminds me of bones that I like the best. I don’t come across really original ideas that often - and this is clever. Tutorial (also she researched the best way to bed the sticks and has written and video instructions on it) is at The Cheese Thief here. *I would do all sorts of patterns (these sticks are cheap at crafts’ stores and so are the glass containers) and leave them without the flowers so you could see the “bones” of the piece.

DIY How to Bend Popsicle Sticks for Wooden Helix Vase (on right).The one photo download I picked has another pattern (on the left) that reminds me of bones that I like the best. I don’t come across really original ideas that often - and this is clever. Tutorial (also she researched the best way to bed the sticks and has written and video instructions on it) is at The Cheese Thief here. *I would do all sorts of patterns (these sticks are cheap at crafts’ stores and so are the glass containers) and leave them without the flowers so you could see the “bones” of the piece.