DIY Skull Drink Garnish: Halloween Decor Ideas
Cocktails, Halloween, Recipes

DIY Skull Drink Garnish

Every good drink needs a garnish! So I figured why not spook things up with a skull—and of course a party straw!

Easy Halloween DIY via Target Favors

I found a bag of mini-plastic skulls at Target. They were with their Halloween favors.

Skull Drink Garnish DIY

The skulls are hollow so the plastic is easy to cut. Just use a serrated knife (or small saw) and cut a small slit on the bottom of the skull. You’ll have to test it on your glass to see how wide the slit needs to be, but mine was about 1/8″ triangle slit (see picture above).

DIY Skull Drink Garnish

After that you just slide the skull onto the rim of your glass like you would a lime wedge. If you want to get extra fancy, add a party straw. I embellished ours  with my Halloween Party Printables available on Etsy!

DIY Skull Drink Garnish and Cocktail

As for the drink, there are lots of fancy Halloween drinks out there, but I started to realize they all require fancy ingredients. Which for me means—too much work! I really wanted something dark and “blood” like, so I bought Trader Joe’s Sparkling Blueberry Flavored Juice Blend. For a virgin drink, that’s all you need. However, if you want to indulge in an adult version, add a couple shots of your favorite vodka or rum and you’ll have a fine cocktail. Cheers!

Don’t forget to download our Halloween Party Decor items on Etsy.  We have both instant downloads or customizable files that we email—making it easy for you to print whatever you need right at home.

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