Glittery skulls...ambitious project...but the results are pretty cool. Buy plastic skulls, apply glue, roll in tons of glitter, shake, dry, display! Halloween Parties, Halloween Decor, Cakes Plates, Halloween Crafts, Glitter Skull, Martha Stewart, Cakes Stands, Halloween Diy, Halloween Ideas
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Plain candlesticks look positively creepy in critter-covered cobwebs. Cut a length of cheesecloth, and gently pull to make it look tattered. Drape cloth over candlesticks and mantel; add plastic spiders and leaves. Top candlesticks with bobeches -- collars that catch drips -- and insert tapers. Read more at Marthastewart.com: Halloween Decorations, Crafts, and Games - Martha Stewart
Halloween Centerpieces and Tabletop Ideas Forbidding Flowers A floral arrangement becomes positively frightening when covered in creepy cobwebs. To make the webs, cut a 5-inch section from inexpensive or damaged white panty hose, and pull apart until it becomes wispy and resembles cobwebs. Stretch the material over a cluster of dark blooms (we used crimson roses and dahlias, as well as some fiddlehead ferns). Set on a sideboard, or on a dining table as a centerpiece. Next: Creepy Candles
Creepy and Classy You can still make a stunning table setting even if it's covered in spiderwebs. Spotted at Martha Stewart.