INSIDE : Learn how to make a boring dog skeleton into the most adorable GOLD French Bull Dog Skeleton this Fall season! He’s sure to warm your heart and will keep your home safe when the trick or treaters coming knocking this Halloween.
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This post has been updated since it’s original publish date of October 2019.
Get ready to wow your entire neighborhood this Halloween with the most adorable little Fall Pup you’ve ever seen! Introducing Frenchie, the French Bull Dog skeleton.
Halloween doesn’t always have to be eerie and spooky. You can embrace cheerful inviting fall colors into not only your home decor and pumpkins, but also in your Halloween decor!
What supplies do I need to make a French Bull Dog Skeleton Halloween scene?
French Bull Dog skeleton + Bull Dog skeleton – – (Cute puppy | Beagle | Barking Crazy Bones Dog / Mini Dog / Mad Dog)
Gold Spray Paint
Black Pom Poms
Ceramic Pumpkins (check out my Pastel Painted Pumpkins)
Witch’s Potion Bubble Bottles (Potion Bottles (empty), Halloween Bubble Wands, Halloween Bubbles)
Silver Moon Phase Garland
Black Bat Wreath (Black Feather Wreath)
Paint a Gold Halloween Dog Skeleton
To start this GOLD French Bull Dog scene, grab your favorite spray paint – mine is Rustoleum’s Metallic Gold spray paint. I gave my dog skeleton French Bull Dog skeleton + Bull Dog skeleton – – (Cute puppy | Beagle | Barking Crazy Bones Dog / Mini Dog / Mad Dog) two or three light coats of gold paint for a solid even coverage.
Paint a Gold Halloween Witch’s Cauldron
While my little Frenchie was drying, I got to work also painting the Witch’s Cauldron. I always have such a hard time finding a basket or bowl large enough to hold all of our Halloween candy to pass out.
Last year I made this fun Colorful Fall Basket but this year I am definitely going to try using this gold Cauldron.
Adding cute Skeleton details
I cut out a bow shape from a piece of scrapbook paper and gave it a slight curl on each end. I then used a hot glue gun and attached a black yarn pom pom to the center of the bow.
Once that was ready, I put one small dot of hot glue on Frenchie’s head and glued the bow right down.
I shared earlier how to create these gorgeous Pastel Pumpkins. I think they work so well with creating a cheerful but neutral backdrop for the show-stopper, Frenchie!
And these precious miniature Witch’s Potion Bubble Bottles (Potion Bottles (empty), Halloween Bubble Wands, Halloween Bubbles) are not only so cute, but they make for amazing sugar-free, no candy trick or treat items! I only wish I had more than one box of them.
How could I forget to mention the perfect Wizard black rimmed wizard glasses addition! I love that they have a slight Iris Apfel / Harry Potter vibe to them.
Looking to add some Fall Bats to your decor this year? Check out these fun ones…
Thank you to Oriental Trading for providing me with the supplies for this post. 100% of the opinions are mine.
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