They're just... fascinating.
It's that time of year again, so I thought I'd make a skull decoration. Papercraft skulls have been done before (one of my favourites is from Skull-a-Day), but paper lends itself to minimalism as much as it does to flounces and detail, maybe more.
So, I present my Minimalist Skull.
If you're having party, It can also be a small box in which to place small treats for your guests. Either place one at each place-setting, instead of Christmas crackers, hand one to each guest as they arrive, or place a bowl full of them in the middle of the table for guests to help themselves to.
Step 1: The needings...
If you're going to use them as party favour boxes, you'll also need something to go in them, such as small pieces of candy, a scrap of paper with a pithy seasonal saying ("Success comes to he with the reddest blood"), a paper hat or a cheap gift, such as a plastic spider. Think along the lines of Christmas crackers, but with a Hallowe'en feel, and you won't go wrong.