Spooky Skeleton Table

I’ve been decorating for Halloween. I have been picking up skeleton bones on clearance for the last few years and I finally had enough to do  a spooky skeleton table in the dining room. We don’t eat in the dining room so I was able to go to town on it.

spooky skeleton table

I started by placing a raised mercury glass bowl in the middle of the table. Next I added some branches that I saved from when we took down some tree limbs. The branches were from a tulip tree and they are curvy with some buds on the tips- very cool.

spooky skeleton table

I used the long bones to fill in spaces in the branches. Once the bones were done, I added some black poison bottles. FYI black pray paint makes just about anything spooky for Halloween. Yes, I do save old bottles. they are good for so many things. You can also pick them up at Goodwill. I saved the poison label from Halloween last year and added it to a clear glass bottle that came from Ikea.

spooky skeleton table

Next I added the hand bones and the feet bones and a couple of ribs and vertebrae.

spooky skeleton table

I tucked in some greens here and there, then some spanish moss and candles.

spooky skeleton table

I filled the mercury glass bowl with spooky shear white fabric and spanish moss. I put the skeleton head in the bowl.

spooky skeleton table

After I finished with all the big pieces, I added the creepy.

spooky skeleton table

I finished off the spooky skeleton table with creepy bugs, spiders, snakes and mice.

spooky skeleton table

 

spooky skeleton table

SPOOKY SKELETON TABLE AT NIGHT:

spooky skeleton table

 

spooky skeleton table

 

spooky skeleton table

You can see more Halloween decorating here, here, and here if you dare…

Happy Haunting.
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