No Bones About It

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When it comes to Halloween decorating, I love a mash up of traditional and macabre. You simply cannot achieve a truly spooky effect without skeletons. Save for Alexander McQueen, skulls and crossbones are not usually my style. For some reason, this year in particular, I find myself being drawn to all things skeletal. From barware to votives, I have found some great skeleton selections to lend a creepy touch from some of my favorite stores that always do Halloween right.

 

{Skull Wine Topper}

{Skeleton Hand Drink Dispenser Stand}

{Skeleton Hand Servers}

{Haunted- Fine Art Digital Print}

{Wall-Mount Skeleton Hands }

{Skull & Crossbones Cocktail Shaker}

{Skull Pile Candleholder}

{Bone Chillers Ice Cube Tray}

{Yorick Votives}

{Skull and Spider Kitchen Towel}

{Metallic Skull}

{Morphing Halloween Skull}

Do you decorate for Halloween? Do you incorporate skeletons into your decorations?

 

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3 Responses to No Bones About It

  1. Amy says:

    Yes! I have “very Martha” glittered skulls incorporated into my decor.

  2. Danielle says:

    My roommate decorates our apartment for every holiday–and Halloween is no exception. My friends refer to our apartment as a “museum” and they often ask me, “what seasonal exhibit is currently showing.”

    That said, we don’t have enough of the macabre. Most of my roommate’s decor is cute and cheerful and kitschy.

    On a sidenote: I love the word macabre and just don’t use it enough. 25cents for using it in your post, Bre.

  3. Teri Roughen says:

    HI Bre-
    It’s funny I’m not usually drawn to the skulls either, but this season I’m liking them. Especially a glitter or glass skull. I saw a great Vodka bottle at Bevmo in a skull shape that I may have to go back and get for a hostess gift.
    Teri

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