My husband and I recently made a puking clown skeleton for our outdoor Halloween display this year, and I loved the project so much that I decided to make a smaller version to use indoors. I created some free printables with OnlineLabels.com that you can use to make your own puking skeleton punch bowl with!
Puking Skeleton Punch Bowl Supplies Used
- Free Printable Toxic Labels
- 4″ x 5″ Labels
- Free Printable Radioactive Stickers
- 1.5″ x 1.299″ Triangle Labels
- Mini Submersible Water Pump with Tubing
- Bucket (found this one at Dollar Tree)
- Skeleton with jaw that opens
- Zip Ties
- Green Paint
- Painters Tape
- Hawaiian Punch or other bright green beverage
Use THIS instead of a punch bowl for your Halloween party! 💀💀💀 Full tutorial with link to my free printable made with @onlinelabels is on my website! 💀💀💀 #halloween #halloweendiy #halloweenprintable #diyhalloween #pukingskeleton #pukingskelleton #makersgonnamake #freeprintable #plaidcrafts #plaidcreators Green paint by @Plaid Crafts
First I removed the handles from the bucket. The holes were enlarged a little so I could put zip ties through them later. Drill a hole in the back of the bucket. Make sure the hole is big enough for the water pump tube to fit through it.
Download and print the toxic and radioactive labels onto the OnlineLabels.com sticker paper. Print them at 100% and with no border so they will fit the precut labels perfectly! Peel and stick the them onto the bucket.
Use painters tape to protect the inside of the bucket, then pour the green paint so it looks like toxic goo spilling out of the container. Let it dry completely.
Clean the inside of the bowl, then set the washed pump inside it. Run the tube from the pump up through the hole that was drilled.
Use zip ties to connect the kneeling skeleton to the bucket. Pull the tube through the skeleton’s torso and mouth, and use zip ties to hold it in place.
Fill the bucket with the green punch, and turn on the pump. Now you have a freaky yet fun drink fountain for your party!
You can use skeleton drinking glasses (I found these at Dollar Tree) or put the toxic labels on plastic cups to keep the theme going. Have fun crafting and creating this creepy yet funny project for your Halloween party!