28 Creepy Skeleton Craft Ideas You Will Be Thrilled To Make
Inside: 28 of the easy skull and skeleton craft ideas and DIYs you will want to make for a spooky Halloween.
Every Halloween, my son would wear the same costume, a cute skeleton. It was, in fact, a pair of skeleton PJs. He would wear them day and night for the whole month of October! As he grew, the trousers became so short at one point they practically ended at his knees.
He finally agreed to get a new costume. But this was also a full-body, stretchy skeleton that covered his head. It was scary rather than cute, but at least by then, he only wore it one day of the year!
As we always associate Halloween decorations with skeletons, I have collected some of the best skeleton craft ideas. Many are easy and affordable to make, as Halloween isn’t just for kids! I’m sure the adults would enjoy making many of them too.
28 Of The Best Skeleton Craft Ideas
Many of the skull and skeleton ideas here are stylish Halloween decorations that I’m thrilled to have hanging on my walls for the whole of October.
There is something for everyone, from upcycled Halloween decorations made with old bottles and wine corks to painted t-shirts and slippers to cool skeleton art for the walls.
Spooky season is here, and it’s a perfect time to make a fun and floppy skeleton plush! This DIY project uses simple sewing to combine all the bones into a Halloween decoration that doubles as a soft toy.
This homemade card stock skeleton is so bold and perfect, and you can see him as you’re pulling up the block. It’s so cool. I positioned him so that his hands needed to be holding something; you could put anything that you wanted in his hands.
A basic Skeleton Paper Puppet Template – that you can embellish with flowers and hearts and anything you wish… And it has an additional printable page – with Day of the Dead accessories – such as roses, marigolds, top hats and hair pieces.
Free Printable Skulls And Skeletons
If you are looking for some pretty cool vintage skull and skeleton prints, then check out these two collections of downloads on Pictureboxblue. Both collections of images are in the Public Domain. So they are Copyright-free, and you can use them how you wish.