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Here is the tutorial! I just figured out how to change it. lol.

Posted by Charity W. from Claremore, Oklahoma, United States • Published See Charity W.'s 18 projects »
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    1. You need skeleton decorations, preferably small and plastic. I got mine from a dollar store around Halloween. Then you need some jump rings, earring hooks, and a hot glue gun.

    2. take the decorations apart. I used mine for multiple things. Sometimes the parts pop off and sometimes you have to cut them with scissors. Regular scissors worked since mine were plastic, but I would use heavy kitchen scissors just to be safe. The rib cage popped off of mine, but if it doesn't pop off, I would just cut off the individual ribs one by one.

    3. hot glue a jump ring flat to the top of your spine. You could also use super glue or something like that, but I didn't have any available.

    4. Once the glue is dry, attach a second jump ring to the jump ring you glued onto your spine, and then attach the earring hook. It's really simple. :)

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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1398 projects
These are soooo awesome!
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Charity W.
Charity W. · Claremore, Oklahoma, US · 18 projects
Ok, I'll just put a comment as a tutorial since I don't know how to make this into a tutorial. Lol.

1. You need skeleton decorations, preferably small and plastic. I got mine from a dollar store around Halloween. Then you need some jump rings, earring hooks, and a hot glue gun.

2. take the decorations apart. I used mine for multiple things. Sometimes the parts pop off and sometimes you have to cut them with scissors. Regular scissors worked since mine were plastic, but I would use heavy kitchen scissors just to be safe. The rib cage popped off of mine, but if it doesn't pop off, I would just cut off the individual ribs one by one.

3. hot glue a jump ring flat to the top of your spine. You could also use super glue or something like that, but I didn't have any available.

4. Once the glue is dry, attach a second jump ring to the jump ring you glued onto your spine, and then attach the earring hook. It's really simple. Happy
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Po!s0n Si0uX
Po!s0n Si0uX · Tijuana, Baja California, MX · 4 projects
tutorial please Happy
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DarkAshHurts
DarkAshHurts · 119 projects
I've made these too! back around halloween. lol wow, great minds think alike. I've made tons of jewelry with those plastic skeletons.

@Heather W: Theyre made with these small plastic skeletons on garland sold at the dollar store for $1. lol they only sell them around halloween tho. Then you rip them apart. I'm surprised i'm not the only one to use those. lol
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aranumenwen
aranumenwen · Aurora, Illinois, US · 117 projects
A tutorial would be nice. I'd love to know if you made the spines on your own out of clay or something, or a mold? Or if they were just a randomly great find as charms or something. And if that's the case where did you find those at? And where there other skeleton parts?
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LastKoalaBear
LastKoalaBear · Vancouver, British Columbia, CA · 33 projects
tutorial please!!!
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TUTORIAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Ashlee
Ashlee · Buna, Texas, US
Ooh I'd love to see a tutorial on this as well as the ribcageHappy
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