Perfect for your Halloween decor, check out our DIY Skull Wall tutorial, inspired by the set of Everyman Theatre’s production of “The Understudy.” The original skull wall was designed by Daniel Ettinger, Everyman’s Resident Scenic Designer and executed by Jill Mathews our Resident Props Master. Jill researched and was inspired by pictures of French catacombs and the Sedlec Ossuary. Here is a simplified tutorial to help you make your own skull wall!
Bleach Print Skeleton Shirt. Clever idea. Seems easy enough from reading the directions. Only thing is there is no template for the skeleton. You'd have to draw one yourself. This would be awesome for Halloween time.
previous pinner said: I made a candle cluster a couple years back using PVC and that very same DT platter. I rolled up some cardboard and stuffed it into the PVC pipe to have something for the tea light to rest on.
These started out as cheap white plastic body parts. I used black plastic garbage bags and a heat gun to create the wrinkled skin. Then, either dark woodstain or flat camo spray paint to cover the shine. Several colors of spray paint and then finishing touches of craft paint for the colors. Then a covering of matte sealant to finish it off. I'm not sure if they should have been lighter in color to show up better in the dark.