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    Default Dollar Tree supplies

    Just went to $ tree to pick up pool noodles and brushes...and Guess what? They have a few small Halloween items out...small skulls and garlands..of course I had to stock up..you never know what you might need....hopefully your areas have some out as well......I'm in Greenville NC by the way..

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    Cool motors, lab stuff, and bits and things...

    A place I have bought tools and odd/end items over the years from
    American Science & Surplus : Items Just Off the Truck American Science and Surplus catalog, I have gotten, cheap I may add...gas masks, laboratory bottles, ect.., motors, tools...
    Any Day Above Ground is a Good Day

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    Obsessed with....that is great info but please post it in the General Halloween section, this section is for online prop building groups projects.

    Thanks So Much

    Muf

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    no way man, im totally goin to dollar tree today, i buy all my crap there. last year i bought some of their skulls then bought some of their clip in xmas house C7 bulb lights and cut a hole out of the back of the skull and walah. had 4 glowing skulls for $8 compared to 2-3 for $30 like they try to sell you at the halloween stores.

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    I was surprised to see some early Halloween stuff at both Dollar Trees I frequent. Skulls, garlands, and some misc tombstones.

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    What is best to protect you'r paper mache prop from rain? This is my first paper mache project and I would hate to go through all that work only to loose it to rain. THANKS!

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    no supplies at the one in greenville tn but im gonna check in asheville nc when i get home.

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    I stopped by my Dollar Tree yesterday and found the beginnings of Halloween! I'm SO excited!

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    Obcessed with it --

    NO WAY! I LOVE IT! Thanks for the heads-up!
    "Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble. Double, double toil and trouble-- Something wicked this way comes "

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1976showtime View Post
    What is best to protect you'r paper mache prop from rain? This is my first paper mache project and I would hate to go through all that work only to loose it to rain. THANKS!
    Several coats of any polyurathane/clear coat type sealant should work. Spray or brush on, doesn't matter.

    For those interested, Scott over at Stolloween is testing the weatherproof-ness of Charlie, one of his paper mache pumpkins.

    He's staying out from now until Halloween, wind, rain or shine to see how he fares.
    Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers, the best damn little band you should be listening to!
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    "There are no mistakes, only happy little accidents." - Bob Ross

 

 
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