Dress up as a spooky skeleton this Halloween

Dress up as a spooky skeleton this Halloween using this fun DIY costume, from the Allan and Janet Ahlberg classic tale Funnybones.

Whether it’s happy or sad, oh-so-scary or just downright funny, everyone has a favourite book from their childhood. From the adventures of one naughtly little bunny, to a caterpillar with a penchant for eating just about anything, here’s ten books that are without a doubt, classic. Let the wild rumpus start!

Whether it’s happy or sad, oh-so-scary or just downright funny, everyone has a favourite book from their childhood. From the adventures of one naughty little bunny, to a caterpillar with a penchant for eating just about anything, here’s ten books that are without a doubt, classic. Let the wild rumpus start!

Whether it’s happy or sad, oh-so-scary or just downright funny, everyone has a favourite book from their childhood. From the adventures of one naughty little bunny, to a caterpillar with a penchant for eating just about anything, here’s ten books that are without a doubt, classic. Let the wild rumpus start!


You will need:

•  The Funnybones mask, printed

•  A pair of scissors

•  A piece of elastic or string

•  Colouring pencils
DOWNLOAD FUNNYBONES MASK

How to make it:
1.  Print out the Funnybones mask on A4 paper

2.  Carefully cut out the mask and each of the eyeholes

3.  Cut out the holes for the string and thread through the back of the mask

4.  Tie a knot at each side, and put your spooky mask on for the most frightening fun!
Complete your look with a skeleton onesie for maximum scares! Now you should have everything you need to look like Big Skeleton, for the perfect Funnybones inspired Halloween outfit.

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