A Borax crystal skull makes for some spooky décor this Halloween.
At our creative table, a simple way to upcycle some old Halloween décor. We’ll take the broken bits of a skeleton and give it at least one more year of new life. The solution is not spray paint.
Crafter Darcie Liptrot says the solution is found in the chemical reaction of an elementary school science project, making those old bones appear like pure pirate treasure.
Find more ideas from Darcie on Instagram, @darciedoesstuff.
Darcie Liptrot is a life-long crafter and creator of all things home and happy. With over 25 years of experience in the crafting industry, she specializes in making the DIY movement more accessible to the community around her. Darcie hails from Syracuse, Utah where she loves doing “all the stuff.” Follow her on Instagram @darciedoesstuff, and let’s do stuff together.