My earliest memory of seeing a skeleton was in a Vincent Price movie, of which I watched A LOT, and I’m pretty sure it was attacking someone like a puppet. It’s amazing how far special effects have come since then, but no surprise that the classics are still in full swing.
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Who knew string art was so awesome? You can make this amazing skull yourself via A Beautiful Mess.
Slap it in a frame, put it in a window or mail it as an invitation. Glitter Skull via Glitter Guide.
If you invited me to a party with this invitation, I might actually come. Make it with MiniCo.
Ruffles and Truffles has THE coolest lawn decor. Skeletons doing chores.
Whether you use them for Halloween or Dia De Los Muertos, these skull candelabras are awesome, via OhOh Blog.
A random person might not know this is Jack Skellington – it’s okay, none of us are friends with them – but they still make amazing skeleton decor.
Need a last minute Halloween costume? This is perfect because all you need is a white t-shirt and you’re set!
Let me show you how delicious bones can be.
These sweet bones from Martha Stewart are light and sweet meringue cookies.
I’m a firm believer that you can do anything with gingerbread, and this great idea is the perfect case in point.
Bombshell Bling whipped up this amazing Jack Skellington cake that’s simple on the outside and hella rad on the inside.
These skeletons are so delicious that they’re rising from the cake grave. Cookies and Cups shows you how to make them.
For those skeletons that are just too cool – or trying to solve crime, I guess – these hat wearing skulls satisfy anyone.