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Scarest Skeleton Costume

Updated on January 28, 2015

Scarest Skeleton Costume

I am assuming you are going to have a party. Oh, I am sorry. I should not assume. You know what happens when you assume anything. That's right, you make an a-- out of you and an a-- out of me (ass-u-me). But, if you are not having a party, then, well you will still find some great ideas for that perfect look on Halloween eve.

Whether you are stacking your bones or just letting them drag, you will find the best skull face to go with that skeleton of yours or you can get a new one right here. But, back to that party. You will be sure you have the appropriate hosts to greet your guests won't you? Mr. and Mrs. Bones are available for this task (see below for more details).

I understand the Bride And Groom Set come with Stands. Groom prop measures 67 inches from base to top of removeable hat. (He is such a gentleman.) It includes plastic head, hands, and feet with cloth jacket, shirt, bow tie, and pants with attached cummerbund. They don't eat much so they are worth their weight in gold (don't weigh much). Comes with attached rope for optional hanging (if you are in to that sort of thing) and poseable arms. Bride prop measures 63 inches tall. She includes plastic arms, hands, rib cage (she could use a little fattening up), and head with long stringy hair, white cloth dress, and net veil. Also includes attached rope for optional hanging (if you do one you have to do the other) and poseable arms.

Where Are Those Bones, Dry Bones Located Away?

Just in case you're not sure or your skeleton has had some unforeseen accident, your skeleton of choice should have the appropriate bones in their appropriate locations. It makes for a better costume for that official look. Let's see, we need the skull for starters. Then the humerus (that's funny don't you think?), the scapula (for any of those odd surgical jobs), ribs (oh I just love ribs with sauce), ulna and radius (handy if you need to measure distance), and that cute pelvis ( Didn't I see him entertaining in Vegas?), the femur, the tibia and that little rascal, fibula who never tells the truth. Some of these you will need two of and some, like those ribs, well, you will want extras, especially if you like to snack. Once you have these all lined up you have a nifty bag of bones or skeleton.

photo credit: healthguide.howstuffworks.com

What's on Your Shoulders

I believe this torso has character. With the right black or white cloth, you could have a scary image. Think of the possibilities.

Invite a Few Friends over for the Evening - Who Is on Your Guest List?

What could be more interesting than having Evil Skeleton with his cute fin mohawk? I saw him out the other night with the Bride of Frankenstein. His fin and her hair, wow!

Skull Head is attractive don't you think? They say his skull is cracked because he had such a big brain.

Huesude Skeleton who is known to be bony and possessed.

Skull & Bones. If you like people in high places, vote for Skull & Bones. I understand he/she know George Bush Jr.

Day of the Dead is rather shy. However, he has been know to even wake up some who you think are living.

photo credits: Amazon

WITCH (play on words) HEAD IS THE BEST LOOKING?

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Huesude Skeleton Deluxe Oversized Mask By Don Post
Huesude Skeleton Deluxe Oversized Mask By Don Post

What more can we say...he has the look.

 

And Those Greeters at the Door, ....

The labor is cheap and they don't eat or drink much. They don't talk either and you can store them in the garage later. What could be better?

Sexy Skeleton - Anytime Costumes

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It's a Touchy Situation

You will need some cool hands to go with that skeleton body.

First Halloween?

Ask Wikipedia

Halloween is an annual holiday observed on October 31. It has roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain and the Christian holiday All Saints' Day, but is today largely a secular celebration.

Common Halloween activities include trick-or-treating, wearing costumes and attending costume parties, carving jack-o'-lanterns, ghost tours, bonfires, apple bobbing, visiting haunted attractions, committing pranks, telling ghost stories or other frightening tales, and watching horror films.

Read more:Halloween

Exercise Tips for After Eating All That Candy

A Costume Without A Costume

A Costume Without A Costume
A Costume Without A Costume

Decoration and props - Anytime Costumes

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A Good Face Needs Great Care

All those great items that you might need for that great scare.

I need the sun to warm my dry bones!

Dry Bones

Ezekiel cried, "Dem dry bones!"

Ezekiel cried, "Dem dry bones!"

Ezekiel cried, "Dem dry bones!"

"Oh, hear the word of the Lord."

The toe bone connected to the heel bone,

The heel bone connected to the foot bone,

The foot bone connected to the leg bone,

The leg bone connected to the knee bone,

The knee bone connected to the thigh bone,

The thigh bone connected to the back bone,

The back bone connected to the neck bone,

The neck bone connected to the head bone,

Oh, hear the word of the Lord!

Dry Bones

GHOULISH

Birthday in a Box - click on to see - A Face To Scare the Dead!

Boo - Sign in Won't You?

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      julieannbrady 

      8 years ago

      Got to have a scary skeleton if it is to be the scariest Halloween ever! BOOyah!!!

    • spunkyduckling profile image

      spunkyduckling 

      8 years ago

      This was fun to read. Thanks for sharing. You even had me thinking about a halloween wedding party. Too bad they aren't celebrated in my country. meh :(

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      norma-holt 

      8 years ago

      Nice lens. I am featuring it on Witches

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