DIY Dollar Tree Skull Candlesticks Halloween Decor
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If you love frugal DIY Halloween decor, listen up!
I’m sharing how to make these festive skull embellished candle sticks that are perfect to display in your home for Halloween. The best part – most supplies can be found at Dollar Tree, which is awesome if you’re looking to craft while staying on a budget!
Easy Supplies + Easy Process= Winning!
Basically, we are just cutting or drilling a circle at the top and bottom of these plastic skulls, and then putting them over the candles. Then you’ll glue it together, and finally spray paint them, so all three parts look like one piece.
Once done, you’ll be able to use these as part of a Halloween display either on a shelf or maybe on a tablescape with your other Halloween items. Also make sure to check out Dollar Tree for other cute Halloween decor like these adorable wood signs, pictured above.
- Grab these battery-operated LED candles from Dollar Tree as they rock and are just $1 each! I was trying to figure out a way to use faux candles instead of real ones, and Dollar Tree has the perfect ones, that turn on and off by just turning the top of the “wick”. This craft will still allow you to turn the candle off/on and change the batteries from the top as well.
- Do a couple of light coats using spray paint! I love the pretty flat texture this Rustoleum Chalked spray paint has, and it just took a couple quick coats of paint to fully cover.
- Use a drill or exacto knife to cut your circle shaped holes at the top and bottom of skull. I used a paddle shaped drill bit, but the plastic is thin enough to carefully cut using a knife.
DIY Dollar Tree Skull Halloween CandlesticksPrint
No bones about it, this is such a cute craft idea!
I love how using spray paint can make this whole look come together and I’m looking forward to creating a spooky area with these candles for Halloween!