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    Default show me your scarecrows

    I'm thinking of doing a little area surrounded by cornstalks with a few scarecrows, and I am in need of a little inspiration. Are most suspended on a T type frame or do they have legs? So bring on the pictures.
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    It's not the best, but it's mine


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    that is simple, and simple works alot of the times...... Tith a green light shining on that it will look scary as hell
    There's no earthly way of knowing Which direction we are going. There's no knowing where we're rowing
    Or which way the river's flowing. Is it raining? Is it snowing? Is a hurricane a blowing?

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    Okay, here's mine.


    Kind of a Scarecrow, Reaper morph.......
    It's about 7'6", and he definitely intimidates the little ones.
    I'm all that's left of a bizarre childhood.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pumpkin Butcher View Post
    Okay, here's mine.


    Kind of a Scarecrow, Reaper morph.......
    It's about 7'6", and he definitely intimidates the little ones.
    nice scarecrow, love the draping.

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    Rupertoooo has made a wonderful scarecrow, you should check out his thread. I have scarecrow envy..lol

    http://www.halloweenforum.com/tutori...scarecrow.html

    and his pics

    http://www.halloweenforum.com/member...crow-2010.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pumpkin Butcher View Post
    Okay, here's mine.


    Kind of a Scarecrow, Reaper morph.......
    It's about 7'6", and he definitely intimidates the little ones.
    Hey that is nice! Great Job Pumpkin Butcher!
    A Halloween prop is a terrible thing to waste..

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    Here's a couple of mine. I like to change their masks every year to keep it different for the kids.

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    Those are fabulous! They'll make even the adults scared!
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