Ay. Dios. Mío!

I was vurry, vurry serious about this. And excited! I *did* see it on a Crayola endcap at Target, sure. But I still had to make the skulls, let dry for 2-3 days (five, if we’re being real), and procure all the other goodies. So, I had prepared to say the very least. We had pizza and spooky music all ready to set the mood…for a craft that took 13 minutes.

*feverishly googles things to do with 1.2 million sequins and gems*




Mine is the one with the suspicious stache!


12 thoughts on “Ay. Dios. Mío!

    1. Lol!! Scary for all kinds’a reasons! 😂😂😂


  1. I love it when you let your Inner Child out to play 🙂

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    1. It’s a great season for trying new projects! 🎃

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    1. Thanks 🤗 I was going to do larger ones but at that rate it would have taken a week to dry first!

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  2. Sam these are adorable! 🙂

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    1. Thanks! They turned out pretty good! All dry finally 😂


      1. Yay! Looking good Sam! 🙂

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  3. How fun! Reminds me of two of my favorite films. Nightmare Before Christmas and Coco. 💕👍🏻

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    1. So I realized how much they looked like Jack when they were blank, then she tried to look up Coco stuff on her tablet but couldn’t find any good reference material so we winged it 😂

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      1. Well you soared with eagles’ wings!

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