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DIY Skull Sunflowers Will Make Your House A Hit On Halloween

Find some plastic skulls and flowers that fit together well size-wise, then you simply cut the back off the skulls and hot glue them to the flowers.

Beejay Oslon, a father of two and an artist from Eugene, Oregon, always wanted to make decorating their home on Halloween a family tradition.

Each year he would add things to his spooky decor, from flowers with eyeballs to homemade gravestones.

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And it begins… #halloween #halloweendiy #diy #diyhalloween #spooky #garden #skeleton #skullflowers #homehaunt #halloweendecor #halloweendecorations #yardhaunt

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Oslon shares photos of his creations on hisInstagram account and went viral recently after posting a photo of his DIY skull flowers.

“For the last three years, our displays have grown little by little,” Oslon told TODAY Home. “After Halloween last year, I knew I wanted to really do something special. I was shopping all the sales after Halloween, collecting discount plastic skulls, lights and other props to use the following year. When I saw these giant sunflowers at a craft store, I thought they’d make such a unique prop. Something no one else had.”

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Starting to add some webbing to the skull flowers. I think it is definitely upping the creep factor. Devil's in the details. #halloween #halloweendiy #diy #diyhalloween #spooky #garden #skeleton #skullflowers #halloweendecorations #halloweendecor #skulls #sunflowers

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Oslon has created an entire skeleton garden outside his home with a skeleton pouring water onto a bed of flowers from a skull watering can.

His Instagram followers are begging the artist to sell his creations online but he isn’t quite sure if he wants to make a profit off his viral fame.

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Just a test run on the prop I've been working on, but I'm really happy with how it's coming together. #halloween #halloweendiy #diy #diyhalloween #spooky #garden #skullandflowers #skeleton #horrorart #skulls #skeleton #flowers #garden #haunted

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He does, however, tell his followers how to make them at home: “The basics of the flowers are really simple,” said Oslon. “Find some plastic skulls and flowers that fit together well size-wise, then you simply cut the back off the skulls and hot glue them to the flowers.”