Saturday, October 3, 2020

Halloween Skeletons Make Great Decor

 How do you like to decorate for Halloween?  I think skeletons are a great choice.

Hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil - image from Pixabay.com

There are a number of different ways to incorporate skeletons in your Halloween decor from basically a few bones in a graveyard style theme to using actual poseable skeletons.

You can even use animal skeletons like a dog or a cat for a little bit of intrigue.   I actually have a friend who's a yoga teacher so when I saw skeletons doing yoga I thought that would be fun for her Halloween display.

Photo by Lou16, purchase online here

The best image I saw to incorporate a skeleton inside was in a private Halloween group, unfortunately, I can't share that image with you, but it was basically a skeleton in a wedding dress sat in a chair.

I love the idea of getting a posable skeleton and putting an old wedding dress on it and sitting it in a rocking chair in the corner of the room.   It was a very good looking display (although they didn't use a rocking chair) and let's face it many of us keep our wedding dresses without ever using them again so a perfect way to give them a little airing as well.

Of course if you wanted an outside skeleton bride you could always pop her
on a garden bench with or without a groom - photo from Pixabay

How would you incorporate a skeleton into your Halloween decor?




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5 comments:

  1. Ha, ha. How cute! My daughter-in-law LOVES all things Halloween and goes "all out" with her decorations every year. We are talking BOTH inside and outside. Her favorite things are skeletons and two years ago she acquired her first six foot tall skeleton. Then last year she had her hubby (my son) build her a mini mausoleum out of plywood to house this skeleton and placed in the graveyard that covers their whole front yard every October.

    Loved your skeleton review, Lou. :)

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  2. What a great way to celebrate Halloween. Spooky, yet fun for everyone.

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  3. We have a neighbor who has a collection of skeletons out. They make me laugh every time I drive by them. They have Napoleon Bone-a-part and several others out there, including a dog. Very creative indeed, and a great way to take something that is often scary and make it fun for Halloween.

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  4. The yoga-pose skeleton is hilarious! And I love the idea of Mouse's neighbor's Napoleon Bone-a-part. Fun!

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  5. We have a freaky skeleton we hang from the Eves every year - I guess we will be decorating as usual, but I'm thinking there won't be any trick-or-treating here.

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