I am a member on Halloween Forum since 6 years and people here were always so nice to talk to so I thought I could share with you some news about me:).
I started doing a little bit in modeling and really like it! I'm sharing pages if you would like to see pictures.
Would be glad for any opinions.
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bahahaha That's awesome!
This year I will avoid buying anything taffy like; starburst, tootsie rolls, etc. Lucky me, I've been introduced to the world of spacers as my kid begins the orthodontic process (yay :eek:) along with several other of his friends.
I do agree, anything with nuts tends to go into the yuck pile. lol Every kid is different so I think variety is the best bet. :)
A few years back I bought a skeleton hand from Michael's to hold an apple for my poison apple display. I did see last year that they still carried them, not sure about this year. They are reasonable too, under $5. They weren't with the rest of the Halloween decor but in one of the center displays by the jewelry making beads and such. Wish I had a picture of it for you.
You have a picture of an apparition. What if that is in the window, becoming the centerpiece. That would draw your eye away from the trellis. You could really use it to frame that window up. Wow! You have some great bones to work with there. Does it get a lot of wind?
I could see skeleton sentinels an each side of the window, in front of the trellis' (which I LOVE btw).
I'm with you all the way. The anticipation of what is not seen really get's the mind going. Trees rustling in the breeze, dark shadows you have to walk thru. QUIET. Creeps the hell out of me. lol 45 and still scared of the dark. :rolleyes:
I personally love Pumpkinrot's work. It's so organic and almost like nature is coming alive, and not in a warm and fuzzy way either.
Before Scene Setters were out I had a long white wall with nothing on it. Using black crepe paper I created a picket fence. With black poster paper I cut out a cat, bats, crows. With yellow paper I cut out a moon. Taped it all up to create a large scene. Cost next to nothing, mostly my time and no need to store it.
You could play with shadows as well.
I whole heartedly agree with all the positive comments already so well put. You have given so much to all of us, it is time to give to yourself. I wish you better health for the future and many, many days of happiness. Take care my friend, and THANK YOU! :)
It works well. :) I tried it a few years back. I have noticed that after a season or to the stain was flaking off in a couple areas and I can equate it back to a different plastic then I used on the rest. Not sure what was different about it though.
Hobby Lobby has nice fabric, but selection is limited. ALWAYS go to there website and bring up the 40% off coupon on your phone. They will take the discount from there. So sweet.
I have bought a fair amount of fabric from fabric.com (owned by amazon). I have always been happy with the quality but have noticed that the website pictures run dark. Most of the time the fabric is much brighter/lighter. Be aware of shipping times. I always go for the free shipping over $35 and it will take...