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    Love it, and you make it look so easy, not that I could do it, but someone with alot of patients!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadySherry View Post
    CJ it has turned out great. Far cry from the yoga ball you started with.
    It has been a long road for sure! The paper mached yoga ball sat for the most part of the summer. Ive been soo busy this summer with a new job and completely relandscaping my entire backyard that unfortunately my Halloween projects had been taking a backseat. But now Im back on the ball.......or should I say Im back on the big ol' spider butt!!
    "By the pricking of my thumb....something wicked this way comes"

    "The tragedy of life is not death....the tragedy of life is not living"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider Rider View Post
    You kicked butt on the spider posterior! You're spider turned out awesome. Another spider lives!
    Only thanks to your amazing creation! Yours is still the queen bee!!
    "By the pricking of my thumb....something wicked this way comes"

    "The tragedy of life is not death....the tragedy of life is not living"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenscats5 View Post
    Did you simply deflate the yoga ball & pull it out or did you have to pop it?
    Actually the yoga ball survived this ordeal! Just very carefully inserted scissors and cut around the ball. Great Stuff is suprisingly easy to cut with a sharp pair of scissors! The yoga ball has been returned to the mother-in-law, where it will get no use at all Im sure......but dont tell her I said that!
    "By the pricking of my thumb....something wicked this way comes"

    "The tragedy of life is not death....the tragedy of life is not living"

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    i love that texture! Your creation looks like it means to do horrible things to unsuspecting ToTs! Excellent work!
    the worms crawl in,
    the worms crawl out...

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    Great Stuff Mache Spider Butt
    Ok folks. Spider done and heres a few update pics. Easily the largest Halloween prop I own!

    Great Stuff Mache Spider Butt-img_0549.jpg
    To give yall a sense of scale, thats a can of Great Stuff underneath the spider.
    Great Stuff Mache Spider Butt-img_0550.jpg

    Great Stuff Mache Spider Butt-img_0552.jpg
    "By the pricking of my thumb....something wicked this way comes"

    "The tragedy of life is not death....the tragedy of life is not living"

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    Cyclone, Nice Job!!! That looks great! About how much do you think you spent on making it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stormygirl84 View Post
    I must admit, the biggest reason I clicked on this thread were the words "spider butt" in the title. It made me giggle.

    Me too! I HAD to see what this was about!

    Fabulous! Your bubbly spider butt looks GREAT when painted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SavageEye View Post
    Cyclone, Nice Job!!! That looks great! About how much do you think you spent on making it?
    Probably less than 20$ total. But thats only because I had some 1" and 3/4" PVC and assorted fittings left over from other projects. The greatest investment was the 4 cans of Great Stuff it took to coat the spider body and legs. Also needed about 5 cans of spray paint to paint the thing as well. So ultimately, if I were to build this thing from scratch using all new material, I would estimate around 40$ total.
    "By the pricking of my thumb....something wicked this way comes"

    "The tragedy of life is not death....the tragedy of life is not living"

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    Thanks Hilda!
    "By the pricking of my thumb....something wicked this way comes"

    "The tragedy of life is not death....the tragedy of life is not living"

 

 
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