Fill Dollar Store skulls with moss and succulents for spooky-fun Halloween decor. This is a simple and quick project that everyone will love! I used a few cuttings from plants in my yard as well as some favorite spooky succulents from Harddy Succulents - Sempervivum Cobweb, Sea Urchin Sedum Lineare, String of Pearls or String of Tears, Devil's Horns, and Ghost Plants. And guess what? I have a 5% off coupon for you at Harddy -- just click here!
Step 1: Carefully using the knife, remove the center of the top of the skull (use a marker to draw your cut lines first).
Step 2: Fill the skull with potting soil. You can put a little bit of gravel at the bottom if you'd like. Be sure to tap the soil into any crevices so that you don't have pockets of air.
Step 3: Arrange succulents and tuck moss between them- this helps hold them in place and adds more of a creepy-fun feel!
Step 4: Water and enjoy!
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Tip: If you cannot find skulls on little stands like these, make your own stands using thrift store candlesticks! Just epoxy your skulls right on top where the candle would normally go!
- Sharp Knife
- Plastic skulls of choice (Dollar Store)
- Potting Soil
- Succulent plants and/or cuttings (HarddySucculents.com)