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Creepy Halloween Jars

by Michele Reyzer; photo by Mark Godfrey

Crocodile brains, fish eyes, bat bones. . .what's a creepy laboratory without spooky specimens? Check out these gruesome jars and make some for your own mad lab—if you have the guts!

 

What You Do

1. Gather a collection of clear, empty glass or plastic jars with lids. Remove all product labels from the jars.

2. Fill the jars. You can create your own petrifying potions or copy our ideas.

3. Paint the jar lids different colors.

4. Glue on new labels. Design your own or click here to print the labels shown on this page.

Halloween jars by Mark Godfrey

Jar Ideas

Crocodile Brains = painted walnuts

Fish Eyes = small rubber balls

Bat Bones = cotton swabs

Bullfrog Blood = water dyed with red food coloring

Werewolf Fur = brown craft pom-poms

Rat Intestines = cooked spaghetti

Bone Dust = salt or sugar

Venom = water dyed with yellow food coloring

 

 

Jar labels designed by Greg Hudson.


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