How to Make a Pile of Skulls from Milk JugsA pile of human skulls would be a neat Halloween display, wouldn't it? But you don't have that many human skulls, and you probably don't even have that many artificial skulls. This project from Make magazine only requires one artificial skull and a bunch of milk jugs, which you produce all the time at your house already. You'll also need a heat gun. It's a simple as softening the jug with the heat gun until you can mold it to the skull's features. A commenter added that you can go faster by keeping a bucket of water nearby to dunk the plastic in to cool it down completely after molding the features with a sponge or gloves. Then we see how this guy uses his skulls for a large Halloween decoration. I think these skulls would look just as good in miniature, and you could make even more of them! An internal ad begins at 2:50 and ends at 5:00. -via Boing Boing #skull #decoration #prop
10 Halloween T-Shirts that are Spooky and FunLove Halloween but don't want to wear cumbersome costumes? T-shirts to the rescue: wear comfy shirts with cool Halloween-inspired designs created by indie artists instead.Check out Spooky Daily's top 10 selections of spooky and fun Halloween T-shirts that you can wear all day and all night long. Best of all, these are all available in inclusive sizes, including Big & Tall up to 10XL.Get them from the NeatoShop: Halloween T-Shirts​Wide Range of Sizes, Including Big and Tall up to 10XLThe NeatoShop's Halloween T-shirts are available in a wide range of sizes, including unisex and ladies slim fit (from S to 2XL), and Big and Tall T-shirts (sizes: 3XL, 4XL, 5XL, 6XL, 7XL, 8XL, 9XL and 10XL). They carry youth/kid sizes, toddler tees, and baby snapsuits as well, with worldwide shipping.Design above: Hello-ween by Harebrained Design features a walking Jack-O-Lantern tipping the top of its head as if it's a hat, saying "Hello ... ween" (get it?) The smiling pumpkin is silhouetted by a full moon and accompanied by two flying bats.#Halloween #HalloweenShirts #Featured
Halloween Cheesy SkullsThis look like such a simple and delicious recipe, you might be tempted to eat it year-round! The basic ingredients are meat, cheese, and bread that gives you a Mexican-flavor pizza or baked ravioli. You'll find the full recipe here. The thing that makes it perfect for a Halloween party is the skull-shaped baking pan, which you can find at many outlets online if you can't get one at a store near you. The payoff is the terrifying vision of a diner pulling the skull apart to dip it into marinara sauce. You can get a similar effect by drizzling the sauce over the skull. Bon appetit! #food #skull