Get ready for Halloween by making these DIY skull candlesticks! They are spooky and functional and look great – what more could you ask for out of a
Keep reading to find out how to make these skull candlesticks!
Instructions on how make these skull candlesticks:
If you are painting your candlestick a different color I suggest you start with that so it is completely dry
Put down some newspaper or make sure you are working in an area that can get messy.
In your plastic bowl pour in some plaster, you will want enough to fill your mold. Pour some water into the bowl as well. Make sure to not pour too much as you don’t want the mixture to be runny. Mix the water and plaster together with your spoon.
Pour the mixture into your skull mold.
Taking your spoon or using your fingers, push the plaster mixture away from the center so there is a line down the middle. Let harden for an hour.
Make a new batch of plaster (you only need a little for this next step but you can make extra if you plan on filling the mold again).
On the inside of the skull put a small amount of plaster on both sides of the skull.
Quickly bring the skull together around the