Posable Skeleton Haunting Halloween Decor!

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Posable Skeleton Haunting Halloween Decor!

My favorite holiday is Halloween, hands down. I love the fun decorations (not too much into gore), the candy, crunchy fall leaves and I love costumes.

 This life size posable skeleton is the perfect Halloween decoration and prop. This guy moves and bends easily for all kinds of displays, trunk or treats, parties and holiday decor. 

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I picked the most generic posable skeleton--or the most classic, although there are tons to chose from! There's a UNICORN posable skeleton, a DRAGON, a Two-headed skeleton, a gold skeleton, there's a posable MERMAID skeleton, a pirate skeleton and much more! Check out all the skeletons here.

 Which skeleton would you pick? I do love the Unicorn and the Mermaid!

These small skeleton toys are perfect for Halloween parties, trick-or-treaters and just for fun.

My skeleton, Bob, is even getting in on the action! Oh yes, he can even stand!

I love the Victorian vibe of this set up...so classic! It reminds me of crypts, vampires, organ music and all the chills!

These ceramic plates are the perfect addition to any haunted tablescape!

Of course the skeleton is the finishing touch and could be completed with any of the posable skeletons.

Halloween is nothing without candy and Oriental trading has all the candy you want! 

I pick candy that isn't chocolate so it doesn't melt...plus we love Airheads. Mermaid Skeletons here.

The wood coffin tray and the wooden circle need some finishing. Let's get started!

Begin by using Folk Art Brushed Metal paint on the wood surfaces.

One coat of paint almost looks like a metallic stain and lets the wood grain show through the paint.

Then let the paint dry completely.

I used my Cricut Maker to cut some glitter iron on vinyl.

Then weeded the excess iron on away from the design.

Then place the iron on vinyl on the wood circle.

Press with the EasyPress for 30 seconds.

Let the iron on cool and then peel off the carrier sheet.

Then use a wire frame and the feather boa to make a stunning Victorian wreath.

Start by wrapping the boa around the wreath form until it is complete and secure the boa ends together.

Use some wire or twine to connect the wood sign to the wreath form.

This wreath is perfect for the door or in the entry way from now until November 1st!

Imagine this set up in the back of the trunk with the posable skeleton sitting on the edge...it's perfect!

 Great for the front porch on Halloween night too. I love the crow on the shoulder!

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