DIY: Gold Skull

What a weekend that was my loves! But I am officially moved in to my new place in TORONTO. Though I'm feeling a bit lonely right now, I love the space and know that soon enough it will feel like home.

Today I've got an easy peasy skull tutorial, perfect for the fall, Halloween, or really just any time of the year if you ask me!

This tutorial is inspired by the latest skull trend, and more specifically this image:
If you have a Micheals near by, you're set, because that's  where I got all of my supplies! If not, its Halloween decor time so you should be able to find skulls at local dollar stores, etc.

Supplies: Skull and Gold Spray Paint (seriously, that's it...maybe some newspaper).
^ I found this paper mache guy at Micheals for only $2 (when I used the weekly 40% off coupon).

The one and only step: Spray paint!!!! I did three coats.

Then display and enjoy. I just love how this little guy adds some edge to my new home!

I have a whole slew of fun projects to share with you over the next few weeks (including my greek key bench you can see in the photos above), so stay tuned!


charmaine said...[Reply]

Love it! Gold spray paint is a staple in our house. :) Your space is looking great!

Julia Ryan said...[Reply]

I love it!

Our French Inspired Home said...[Reply]

I didnt realize there was a skull trend. I guess I am behind. Looks very cool though. - Tonya

The Peak of Tres Chic said...[Reply]

What a fab project! I think it's easy enough even I could pull it off without any trouble (I'm pretty bad at DIYs). Love the skull trend.

Anonymous said...[Reply]

Fabulous, Tiffany!! It looks like it costs a fortunate {definitely no where near $2 and some spray paint!}... can't wait to see your bench DIY project :) xoxo

How2home said...[Reply]

Great little project! Good job!

Beth of designPOST Interiors said...[Reply]

I saw that skull in Michaels and literally thought of you -after reading your post a while back :)

McKae @ Kaes Corner Design said...[Reply]

It looks great!

Kristen said...[Reply]

Looks like your space is already coming together! What a cute idea. I love affordable decorations for fall.

Bethany [at] Powell Brower Home said...[Reply]

ahhh - thats great ;)

Heather said...[Reply]

Cool! Great for Halloween!

Brooke @ Inside-Out Design said...[Reply]

I love it!!! I am so in love with the skull trend- it looks so edgy and cool! Actually I'm in love with your whole living room! The bench is gorgeous- I love love love the fabric you chose! And those prints on the wall above your couch are so pretty- are they Chanel? Love it all- I'm dying for more details on the room!! Congrats on your new place!

Hannah said...[Reply]

How funny!!! I saw this skull at Michael's and thought it would be such a perfect DIY with some gold spray paint... but I had already ordered a gold ceramic on off of Z-Gallerie! Missed the boat, but love that you did it! So cheap and cute.

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...[Reply]

I was at Michaels today and saw them and thought of you. I love it! :)

Albertina || MimosaLane said...[Reply]

awesome!!! I love it! it looks awesome...and so are the photos. Great styling!!

Kirsten Krason said...[Reply]

super cool! It looks great.

Holly Foxen Wells of Glamour Mash said...[Reply]

OMG Tiffany! So funny that you did this DIY! I bought some gold spray paint last week and I think have sprayed half of my home gold! I also saw a skull at JoAnne's fabric and wanted to buy it to spray but it was $20. Ill have to check out Michaels!!

Holly Foxen Wells

Cotton said...[Reply]

It reminds me of the current trend of spray painting plastic toys--only a little more bad ass. :) love it!

Hannah said...[Reply]

Hi love! I just had to share your DIY project on my post today... hope that's okay! It was too good not to share! :)

Lisa { Mom Wife Design Life Blog} said...[Reply]

Such a great DIY! I Will Have to try this out. So cheap and looks adorable!

Jessica said...[Reply]

I saw those at Michaels and had the same idea. Great minds...! ;)
Love how it turned out!

Julia@Cuckoo4Design said...[Reply]

Found you at the "The Pin It - Make It Link Party". Love your skull.

Dani @ lifeovereasy said...[Reply]

Love it - what a great idea!