Poisoned Skeleton

Tis the season for creeping spiders, deadly poison, lonely skeletons, and everything spooky.

This Halloween setup will leave you with an eerie feeling that lasts for days.

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Styling Tips:

1). Create a story! Often when decorating, I like to imagine a story to help create a cohesive concept. For this spooky Halloween setup, I imagined a drunken pirate that mistook poison for his drink. The poison trapped him in a never-ending loop of time playing his favorite melodies time and time again waiting to be set free.Don’t forget the backdrop. A simple fabric backdrop can complete the look and help the décor stand out. For this

2). Don’t forget the backdrop. A simple fabric backdrop can complete the look and help the décor stand out. I used a lace spider fabric to create fake curtains.

3). Use levels. Various heights add interest and help keep the eye moving through the décor. When I am in need of more levels, my go-to are stacks of books and various candlestick holders. I used a black chunky candle stick holder to showcase my favorite skull head.`






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