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Viking Skull Piggy Bank

This Viking Skull Piggy Bank is designed for skull and skeleton enthusiasts. The Skull dons Viking armour and chainmail, with two large horns protruding from each side. Perfect for scaring moms, or resting your cap on.

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Eco Friendly Wooden Earbuds from SkullCandy!

Well, I didn’t review SkullCandy earbuds in my latest earbuds review but they look pretty good for the prices listed so…

Anyways, SkullCandy has new eco-friendly woo

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Halloween Hack – How to Make a Singing Skull!

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Well, it’s coming real close to Halloween (and yes, I’ve already booked myself at a Halloween rave), here’s another really cool Singing Skull you can possibly make. (if you still have enough time)

What’s it saying? It sounds kind of like “I’m on sale” to me. I guess they just want you to subconsciously decode the message and buy more skulls.

The best thing to do with these skulls is to rip their brains out and add MIDI control so you can sync them with your own soundtrack. This tutorial will show you

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Halloween DIY – How to Make Skull Graveyard Fence!

For Halloween, you might want to consider this really cool DIY that shows you how to make skull graveyard fence out of PVC pipes.  Even better, replace the top with something else and you can keep using it as a fence.

Our nice, quiet graveyard was already full, so we wanted to keep visiting trick-or-treaters out. In years past, we cobbled up a makeshift fence out of long wooden stakes and purple lights strung between them. This was effective, but tacky. In 2000, we decided to build the ever-popular fake fence out of PVC pipe.

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Re-use DIY – How to Make a Cut-Out T-Shirt!

Here’s a great way to turn your monotonous T-shirt into a very fashionable cut-out T-shirt using simple tools such as scissors and some planning.

This might be helpful those of you who are struggling in these hard U.S. economic times but still need a new shirt without buying one.

Ever since seeing Zana’s cutout skull sweater by Pleasure Principle, I’ve had a major crush on the label. From their fantastically simple split knee jeans to their knot dress, their designs are extremely covetable. Anyway, to the point of this article (whi

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DIY Lego Skateboard!

Lego Skateboard!

Wow, check out this Lego Skateboard with Skull deck, yellow wheels, and blue trunks.  What a combination…

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Skeleton Disco Ball!

Skeleton Disco Ball!

Skeleton Disco Ball might not work as well as your conventional symmetrical disco ball but does have its merits as it does look kinda like it belongs in a horror house, not a club.

For the best in-home rave Halloween party next month, we suggest to give the Skeleton Disco Ball a try and tell us how many chics you pick up.  (guys for girls)

Death to disco! The perfect light effect for your Halloween party. This skull shaped disco ball spins from its own motor, so set up and use is simple. Mirrored mosaic glass tiles cover the

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Skull Made from Recycled Cassette Tapes!

While the skull looks pretty normal from a far distance, you will notice that a bunch of old cassette tapes have been used for constructing the skull if you look very carefully.

This is a cool way to recycle your old cassette tapes and make a scary plastic sculpture for your home.

Just make sure to transfer all your music digitally using  a cassette-to-digital converter(via

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DIY Skull Eats Too Many Pills

Cause of Death – Skull ate too many pills.

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Halloween DIY – Talking Skull

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Here’s an awesome talking skull for halloween!

“I took him out to the garage and disconnected his eye and mouth motors from the main post. I then used 2 – 2″ screws and attached the jaw to the motor of the douglas talking fir(DTS now) I used hot glue and sealed the screws to the mouth to insure no slippage. I made a fitting in the skull with a 90 degree fitting and a 3″ piece of PVC that I attached to the inside of the skull with screws. I can now attached

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