How to DIY Skeleton Bubble Bath with Poly-Fil

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Q: Why was the skeleton laughing so hard? A: Someone tickled his funny bone. Bad jokes aside, this How to DIY Skeleton Bubble Bath with Poly-Fil® is so easy to complete with limited supplies. Poly-Fil® from Fairfield World™ is the quick secret to the sudsy bubble bath. A Dollar Tree tub, skeleton, and plastic ornaments make it cost-effective, and a bit spooky!

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Dollar Tree DIY Skeleton Bubble Bath

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Here’s what you need to make a Dollar Tree Skeleton Bath:

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Here’s how to create a Skeleton for Halloween Decor:

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STEP ONE

Gather all of your supplies. Remove the caps from the plastic ornaments, wash the insides and outsides thoroughly, and then set aside to dry overnight.

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STEP TWO

Once clean and dry, pour approximately 1-2 tablespoons of DuraClear Iridescent Varnish inside the ornaments. Swirl the varnish around until the entire inside of the ornament is covered. Tip the plastic ornament upside down and place it in a paper cup to drain out the excess paint and allow them to dry overnight. Any type of glitter, color shift, or iridescent paint will work for this project.

STEP THREE

Place a layer of Poly-Fil® in the bottom of the plastic tub from the Dollar Tree.

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STEP FOUR

Using wire cutters, snip the plastic ring off the top of the skeleton’s head. Arrange the plastic skeleton in the tub. Place the second layer of Poly-Fil® in and around the skeleton and then accent with the plastic ornament bubbles.

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Quick and Easy DIY Skeleton Bubble Bath

I hope you have enjoyed my How to DIY Skeleton Bubble Bath with Poly-Fil® and you will try out this tutorial soon. It was a quick and easy project, created in just about 30 minutes. Switch up the color of the bucket, accessorize your skeleton, or add friends and make it a hot tub. The possibilities are endless!

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This year Poly-Fil® is CELEBRATING it’s 80th Anniversary with 80 Days of Poly-Fil® projects. Check out the Fairfield World Instagram account daily to see all of the fabulous projects! I hope you will use my How to DIY Skeleton Bubble Bath with Poly-Fil filled with Poly-Fil® project as a jumping-off point to showcase your creativity and create something fun and colorful with the kiddos for Halloween!  

For more Poly-Fil® from Fairfield World™ project inspiration click through to my Recycled Soda Bottle Halloween Ghosts and my How to Create Denim Pumpkins with Recycled Jeans both are quick and easy crafts!

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