A skull really does say spooky, scary and Halloween, doesn’t it? I really prefer a Halloween that is classic and fun and not really gory or frightening. Those plastic skulls covered with proscuitto to look like a head with the skin pulled off? YUCK! That really won’t be making an appearance on my Halloween party table.
Adding some sparkle to a Halloween skull is and easy and fun last minute project. This creepy guy would look good on a shelf, a windowsill or even on your Halloween day breakfast table to get your family in the mood. If you don’t have any of these skulls in your Halloween decor, check right here for all kinds of them! This is also a great project for older kids. I love the idea of these rhinestone kits to create a craft table at a party for everyone to be-jewel their own skull!
If you are having kids over for Halloween, you can gather up a bunch of skulls and beads and gems and let them all create their own bejeweled skull to take home! You can offer up just black jewels and rhinestones like I did, or a collection of all kinds of different colors so they can all be creative.
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