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In this instructable I will show you how to build a cool halloween prop / chandelier using materials from your local dollar store.
Materials Used:1 Dollar Store skull1 Hanging chain 1 Fake eye ball or ping pong ballwhite, black, and red acrylic paint1 Can black spray paint1 Dollar Store Halloween doily/ ...
The battery operated candles I used came from the dollar store, and as such are a little are a little plain. To make them appear more realistic and ...
The skull was back originally but I didn't like that so I repainted it.Mix your white and black acrylic paint, mix a few different shades.Use lighter shades for ...
To create this effect grab the eyeball or ping pong ball and the hot glue gun.Take the hot glue gun and beginning at the tip of the beak ...
Paint both sides of the green doily with black spray paint. Once it's dry secure it to the bottom of the plant stand with a few dabs of ...
The birds come with plastic feet. Remove these and shove in 2 pieces of relatively thick wite into the and then press into the skull. Or just glue ...
Use the hot glue gun to secure the candles to the plant stand.Once cool paint the newly laid glue white as well.
Clip the chain onto the planter using the press clips at the end of each chain segment. Make sure the connection points are evenly spaced or it won't ...
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