It’s all things Halloween today and I am excited to show you my Spooky Skeleton Graveyard using all Dollar Tree items!
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Thank you to Morgan from Charleston Crafted for hosting this Halloween Decor Blog Hop! Take a look at the finished project and then I’ll show you how I made it.
Spooky Skeleton Graveyard
- Skeleton Garland
- Lighted Skull
- Glass Jars
- Bag of Eyeballs
- Black & White Webs
- Large & Small Spiders
This really came together so easily and I ended up creating a tablescape with the graveyard taking center stage!
Next, I just started placing items in various jars that I had on hand. Here is a spider web in a mason jar:
A collection of spooky skeletons in an apothecary jar:
A lighted skull in a glass vase:
How about a large skull on a cake plate covered with spider webs?
Simply add moss and creepy eyeballs in a vase for instant Halloween fun!
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This scary skeleton glows in the dark and looks so cool at night!
It doesn’t have to cost a lot to decorate for the Holidays. Simply gather things that you already have in your home to use as vessels for Holiday decor.
This tall candle holder is the perfect size for another lighted skull. The eyes actually change color. Hard to believe this guy only cost a dollar!
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I hope you enjoyed this Spooky Skeleton Graveyard and will check out the other bloggers linked below. Happy Halloween!
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