Add a Skull to a Finial and Make Creepy Fun. No need to be super scary, make it fun AND creepy. Here is a fun project to try or change up to be YOUR STYLE.
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To Begin, Skull on a Finial
This skull was bought at Wal-Mart and it had a hole in the bottom already. When I tried setting it on this finial it worked! I thought then that it would look great all glamorized up. I used hot glue and E6000 to attach skull to finial.
Adding Creepy Glamour to Skull on a Finial
Next, I added FloraCraft Diamond Dust to the entire skull. To make her a little more creepy, I added a spider to the top of her head. Then after that she needed a pearl in one of her eyes. Then I couldn’t’ resist adding two feather boas and some bling to the finial.
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In conclusion, I hope you liked this UNEXPECTED, creepy but glamorous addition to our Halloween Decor. If it made you smile in some small way, we did our job well. I don’t like the DARK side of Halloween. I like to keep it light, bright and fun.
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