Halloween is upon us and I wanted to share some fun Skeleton Party Ideas with you today that I styled with the Martha Halloween Celebrations line and a skeleton serving tray that I made with my Cricut Explore Air 2™ Special Edition Martha Stewart Machine.
The Martha Stewart 2018 Halloween Party Collection is RIDICULOUS! It’s black, gold, has the most gorgeous shimmer and has a running theme of skeletons. It’s the perfect combination of glam and spooky.
SKELETON PARTY IDEAS
The first thing I did to create my Skeleton Party is drape three black spiderweb and cheesecloths as a backdrop.
The next thing I did was hang the skulls fabric garland and gold fringe tassels on the front of my table.
I then went to work decorating the table. I place a large cake-stand to the left of the table (topped with a gorgeous white cake) and a gold terrarium on the right.
I then placed the Martha Stewart Buffet Table Signs under the cake and placed my skeleton serving tray in the middle of the table. You can see how to create the skeleton serving tray below.
Last thing I did was place black pumpkins around the terrarium and my favorite, the Skull Favor Bags. I just can’t get enough of the gold foil and shimmer!
The serving tray was customized with vinyl with my Martha Machine (sold exclusively at Michaels). I’m obsessed with my machine.
It’s and Explore Air 2 machine so it cutes 100 different materials, including cardstock, vinyl, and iron-on. It’s also cuts and write two times faster than the regular Explore Air Machine.
The Martha Machine comes with 25 exclusive images and complementary Cricut tools. And they are SOOOO pretty. The machine and Cricut tools are pearly white and have gold accents.
HOW TO MAKE A GOLD SKULL SERVING TRAY WITH A CRICUT
1. Head to design space and open up this Skull images. The image came from this Martha Halloween Gallery Wall.
2. Size the skull to fit the black blank serving tray.
3. Press Make It and cut the skull on the Martha Stewart Premium Vinyl.
4. Weed around the design.
5. Apply transfer tape to your vinyl and remove the skull image so it sticks to the transfer tape.
5. Place the vinyl (transfer tape) on the serving tray.
6. Secure the vinyl and remove the transfer tape.
For more Cricut and Martha Stewart ideas, check out these posts:
DIY BIRTHDAY VINYL SIGN WITH CRICUT
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