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    Default Homemade Barrel Topper

    Homemade Barrel Topper
    New barrel topper
    1 - Old unused Rubbernaid trash can
    1 - Bag-O-Bones
    1 - Left over skeleton parts from Walgreens Skelly (after cutting neck down for use on butcher table)
    3 - Cans of Great Foam
    1 - Can of red spray paint
    1 - Can of red mahogany laquer spray paint

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    I love it. Very gruesome.

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    Fun and easy to make!

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    WOOHOO!!!!! somebody did it! It looks great! I was intending on doing this next year to hide a fog chiller... so that a garbage can makes sense out in my yard. I didnt know how to start... Thanks for leading the way!
    A question or two: While making it, did you just prop that up with a plastic bag and spray the foam all in there until it hardened, or did you make it out of the can to fit somehow? Your topper does come out correct?

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    freaky and phenomenal

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    Looks cool nice work!
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    Great idea - certainly shaved a few bucks off from Gore Galore.
    "The name is Ash....housewares."

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    Richbeast
    I simply cut out a piece of cardboard to match the shape of the trash can and fit in about 4 inches down. I also lined the top inside edge with cardboard.
    I had to cut it a little around the edges to make it come out with a large kitchen knife but it was only stuck in a couple of places.

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    Thats awesome you did a great job!
    Do maggots get drunk when they bury alcoholics?

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    Aww hell... aww HEEEEEELLLLLLL......

    And I have a 55 gallon drum I could use for this idea...... NO! Can't steal it! This is all yours!

 

 
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