Guys, guys, GUYS…I am so late on Halloween this year, so I promised myself that I would decorate for this holiday by Friday, October 13th. We are having a little Halloween playdate/movie night. Since the summertime I have been wanting to create a spooky, black-on-black skull. I found a plaster skull at the thrift store that you can buy at Michaels.
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This was a very impulsive video, so my apologies that I do not have any step-by-step pictures. However, I do have an amazing video that shows exactly what I did to achieve this spooky, black-on-black look! Also, if you are not following me on YouTube, I would really love it if you do. You will get to see another side of me that I am not able to showcase on the blog.
Materials Used to Create a Spooky Black-on-Black Skull
*Items linked may not be exact brand of products used, but are similar to the products used.
Plaster Skull (I purchased mine from the thrift store, but you can buy the same one at Michaels)
Black Chalk Paint or Flat Paint
Small and Medium size craft paint brush
Steps to Creating a Spooky Black-on-Black Skull
- Gather Materials
- Clean skull and make sure no dust or debris is on it
- With your medium size craft brush and black chalk paint, paint skull
- Once first coat is dry, repeat step 3.
- Once second coat is dry, paint crevices and skeletal details (i.e. teeth, eye sockets, nose, etc…) using small craft paint brush and glossy paint.
- Let it dry and touch up as needed.
- Style as usual.
How luxe and sexy is that skull head? Looking high end, if I say so myself!! Stay tune, I will be sharing more of this space and my take on Halloween SOON!
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