Dia de los muertos is one of my favorite holidays. Mexicans celebrations are very impressive and decors are stunning. They make altars all over the place: at school, downtown, and even at the supermarket. They use colored paper flags, flowers and sugar skulls as altar decorations to commemorate the dead. Last year I made some candle holders and goody bags, following the Mexican inspiration I give a try with a skull cord light garland. It’s a very simple craft to upgrade a cord light for Halloween.
Here goes the material list: a cord light, the skull printable (available on my etsy shop), scissors, utility knife and glue.
You need one skull pair for each light bulb. Print as much as needed. Cut them out. The calaveras must remain attached in pairs.
Use a utility knife to cut the cross between both skulls. This is where you gonna slide the bulb in.
Fold each side of the center square, just on top of the skull.
Pass the light bulb into the cross opening.
Glue both lower part of the skulls together.
Repeat the same for each bulb of your cord light. And enjoy your original Halloween decor!
You will find all the tutorials featured in the video on my “Best DIY” page. Amaryllis