I painted my container with the white paint. It actually took 3 coats to get really good coverage. I allowed the vase to dry well in between coats.
After the container had dried, I cut the hand off of my skeleton with a pair or scissors and used hot glue to put it on the front of my vase.
Yes that is it. A $1 skeleton hand on a painted Goodwill vase. Looks pretty darn good right? I put it with a few other Halloween crafts that I have made over the years.
The Macbeth Halloween decor pictured is one of my favorite Halloween crafts of all time. You too can make those jars, the witch’s spell, and the cauldron. Just head over to see how.
For now I will be admiring my cute (and affordable) bone hand vase. Grab a skeleton at your local dollar store to make your own Pottery Barn knock off this Halloween. You will love the results.