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I was not an eighth grade goth. I never wore Jnco’s with chains or straps. I didn’t wear t-shirts that said “I hear voices”. I never wore platform mary-janes. (That last one was a lie.) But I did, and will probably always have, a weird obsession with skulls. There’s something about a skull that intrigues me. Maybe it’s that most human functions come from within it — the power of thought, sight, smell, taste, and nearly all of our motor functions — all come from deep within our skulls. I should be obsessed with brains (I am, though), you would think. But no, it’s skulls. In honor of my Skullsession, here are some really awesome skull products I’d like to have in my life.

Wilton’s 3-D Candy Mold

Uhh… HELLO!!?? Radness. And only $1.99!

If I can find these in Michael’s, I’m definitely picking them up. Even if I didn’t decide to use them for candy, I can imagine casting resin in them and that excites parts of me I didn’t know existed.

Wilton’s Dimensions 3-D Skull Pan

Slap some Magnolia’s Bakery Red Velvet cake mix in and… cut that mother up!

I’m hoping I can find a way to get this for my birthday. It only runs about $31, and with a trusty 40% off coupon it comes out to about $19. Quite a steal if you ask me. I’d make a million skull cakes.

Iosselliani Small Skull Cameo Necklace

IITTT BBBUUURRRNNNSSSSS! IT BURNS LIKE 18 kt gold and $1,145.00!!

Alexander McQueen Large Skull Set Ring

Okay. For the $217 price tag I can slightly understand why it’s worth that kind of money. Alexander was an incredible designer and deserves all the credit he gets. I really love how this is something so elegant and traditional with a little bit of edge, which is a large reflection of my style as a whole. If I ever found this in a garbage pail (which is the only way I’d ever get it) I’d be the happiest girl in the world.

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