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Make a Skeleton Halloween Wreath

5 October 2012 4,999 views 3 Comments

by rhonda

Skeleton Halloween Wreath

Of all the things you can do with the plastic skeletons from Dollar Tree, it seems that my favorites are the ones that involve tearing them apart and reassembling them in a different configuration.  Over at SouthernScraps Happenings, we spied this spooky wreath that was assembled using a handful of the larger skeletons.  You could also make a smaller version using the garland-style skeletons, or tear apart a few more piles of bones to decorate any number of additional items to add to your Halloween decor!  [how to make skeleton Halloween wreath]

Project estimate:

  • Wreath form, $1
  • Skeletons, about $5
  • Glue, on hand
  • Spray paint, on hand or $1 and up

Total:  about $6 and up

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3 Comments »

  • Kathryn said:

    Awesome idea! Thanks for sharing with us:)

  • Kate T said:

    Which dollar store did you find the $1 wreath forms??

  • heather said:

    @Kate T, you can usually find wreath forms in various sizes at Dollar Tree.

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