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Q-Tip Skeleton

Q-Tips make great bones for this Halloween Skeleton. The kids will have a great time making this project.

Supplies

18 Q-tips
Black cardstock or construction paper
White paper
Black marker
Scissors
White glue

Instructions

1. Begin by gluing 6 whole Q-tips on the black cardstock for the skeleton’s ribs.



2. Glue 1 Q-tip perpendicular over the ribs to act as the backbone. Have the Q-tip lie flush with the last rib, but poke up longer than the top rib, to act as the neck bone.



3. Draw a skull on the white paper with a black marker, and cut it out.

4. Glue the skull on the paper above and touching the neck bone.        

5. Glue 4 whole Q-tips for the arm joints and leg joints, as shown in the finished photo below.



6. Cut 6 whole Q-tips in half, or make them even shorter if you like (like I did). These are smaller bones that can be used as the 10 fingers, and 2 to be the feet. Glue them in place.                    

7. Hang on your front door for the Trick-or-Treaters!

This project is reproduced courtesy of Crafts For All Seasons where you will find crafts to fit every season.

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Early Elementary Craft, More Boys Crafts, More Halloween Crafts

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Katie is the writer and creator of View From The Fridge. She is also the mom to two adorable little boys (and another baby on the way), and wife to a great guy! She loves to craft, decorate, dream up projects for her home, and she’s learning to love to cook (though not there quite yet). She started View From The Fridge in the fall of 2013. Katie also enjoys coffee, a good glass of wine or beer (when she’s not expecting!), running, and anything outside. She lives in Minnesota and takes full advantage of the wonderful (but short) summer season outside with her family.

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