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  • jdubbya's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:49 PM
    A lot of people are reluctant to publicly post their addresses on the internet. I don't blame them. Another thing to consider is that many home haunts are open only on Halloween night, and those that run them ar not able to go visit other's displays, even if they are in the same town. Our town does a Halloween decor contest whereby people can enter and the winner gets a live newscast from their yard on Hallowen night. I think on a local level it would work okay, but not on a large forum like...
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  • a_granger's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:35 PM
    Beautiful glass work ondeko!
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  • a_granger's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:33 PM
    Wow did I miss alot. First off...LIZZY CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!! what a wonderful bit of news you got! I love the scene of community here, even slight hurts or misunderstandings can be shared and moved past. Diesel don't quit new reapers like us are bound to run into a snag or two :) To the rest on you crazy folks this place always puts a smile on my face from the banter and goodwill. Thank you
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  • a_granger's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:53 PM
    Saki, Love the candles, very cute.
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  • matrixmom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:22 PM
    I know this was from 2011, but wow. WHAT A INVITE!!
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  • The Halloween Lady's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:20 PM
    Dogbite very excellent tut. Thank you so very much for sharing this!!! I have yet to make one of these guys but love to someday try one someday. Maybe some year my list will dwindle down to were I might be able think about making one. ;) :D Mickell your turned out great as well. :)
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  • a_granger's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:38 PM
    Beautiful job MC Haunt
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  • jdubbya's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:37 PM
    Stopped by Party city just to check their progress. Sitting on a box in the aisle being setup was one of the Crazy Bones bulldogs. I asked if I could purchase it and they did a price check for me. $24.99 which I believe is cheaper than GR and Halloween Asylum. Got the dog and a neat zombie leg. PC is looking good and I think they'll be going full tilt shortly after Labor Day.
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  • The Halloween Lady's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:18 PM
    Wowsa!!! I made one last year out of flat sided plastic coat hangers. But I like yours so much that I think if I were to do one again I would make it similar to yours! Nice work. :)
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  • bethene's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:12 PM
    No, I don't think it is a bad thing at all!!
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  • Terra's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:10 PM
    --IMPORTANT-- Before posting any pictures please be sure that any addresses are NOT visible. Either your Reaper's or yours. Blur, block or place a bloody hand over any address before taking a picture and posting it here. :)
    117 replies | 3164 view(s)
  • hallorenescene's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:57 PM
    katshead, you look beautiful. I hope you always feel as happy as you look in your picture. all of you. and I love your sleeves.
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  • creeperguardian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:05 PM
    does it sound like a bad idea to give a gift where my reaper can make something with it. Like for example if i give my victim a pair of prop hands that they could use for a prop or something????
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  • Hilda's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:32 PM
    Hilda replied to a thread Post YOU as a TOT. in General Halloween
    Unorthodox ~ I am SQUEALING in delight at the robot photo. BEST EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • Hilda's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:28 PM
    Hilda replied to a thread Walgreens 2014 in General Halloween
    Dagnabbit! Nothing but candy and school supplies in ours today. :mad:
    46 replies | 2753 view(s)
  • TNBrad's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:10 PM
    TNBrad replied to a thread Mechanical: Where to find motors now? in Halloween Props
    Very cool thanks for letting me know. I want to get several motors with power supplies
    3 replies | 160 view(s)
  • Hilda's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:48 PM
    I just spewed Coffee Collatta all over my screen. hahahahahahaha I mean.. :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D After all, it is the Season of the Pumpkin now you know.
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  • MummyOf5's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:52 PM
    Don't worry about it. Those things happen from time to time, no one was hurt and it was ment in good fun. I wouldn't be upset if it was me, it wasn't, was it? :D I actually think that I would be flattered that they cared enough to go to all that trouble to be sure that they were sending me something that I would like for my reaping.
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  • MummyOf5's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:45 PM
    “Not if it's in cans”
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  • MummyOf5's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:27 PM
    Here's what I know, shortly after we moved to the farm there were some people that had stopped in front of our house and were taking digital pics with a camera. So, like just about anywhere we go, hubby walks up to them and engages in a 30 minute conversation about what they were doing and why, so on and so forth. These guys had the job of driving around rural Iowa in their little car taking all these pictures to be uploaded for the streetview use for the mapping. Hubby likes to tell people...
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  • MummyOf5's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:16 PM
    MummyOf5 replied to a thread Electronic/Software: Repurposing a projection tv for prop use? in Halloween Props
    Hubby took computer engineering classes at one of the large universities here in Iowa for a few years so we've had several machines and monitors torn apart for experimental purposes around here so that part doesn't really bother me. :rolleyes: I would like to figure a way to use the projector I guess that's a little more space conserving than the whole unit is right now. The screen, from what I can tell is like a fresnel lens, so that might be useful.
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  • MummyOf5's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:39 AM
    The images they use for alot of that stuff can be several years old. It's not like they have a guy with a camera hiding in the bushes :D As far as the private facebook page, it's not very private if you have friends that don't have the same permissions as you do set up.
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  • MummyOf5's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:32 AM
    MummyOf5 replied to a thread Electronic/Software: Repurposing a projection tv for prop use? in Halloween Props
    The idea chops had would be cool. The tv works, that's part of the reason I wanted to try to use it for something. I didn't know how easy it would be to use the projection unit inside it for something. It doesn't have a tube like a normal tv, so there wouldn't be an issue with that. The only other thing would be the electrocution issue with parts still holding a charge. Maybe I'll look around more online and see if I can find something.
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  • pumpkinpie's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:30 AM
    After looking online I've noticed most grog/bumbo recipes are by the glass, problem is we are planning on having 40+ guests at this year's party. So my question is...is there a recipe for larger portions? My second question (for this novice drinker) can you recommend a brand of rum? Nope not done yet.....Spiced or regular? Brown sugar or regular? Dusted with cinnamon or nutmeg? Thank you all so much :)
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  • MummyOf5's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:04 AM
    MummyOf5 started a thread Electronic/Software: Repurposing a projection tv for prop use? in Halloween Props
    Has anyone ever or know of anyone that has, repurposed an old projection tv for prop use? I'm trying to figure out what to do with this tv since we have replaced it with a flat screen. Other than hauling it off I haven't gotten any other ideas for re-using this thing :rolleyes:
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  • Pumpkin5's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:01 AM
    Pumpkin5 replied to a thread Other: Rit Whitner in Halloween Props
    :o^I know you are just making fun of me.... Ha, Ha, Ha.....Pumpkin5 dried her cheesecloth in the dryer...Ha, Ha, Ha...now she has a big old mess...Ha, Ha, Ha.....so funny!:(
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  • matrixmom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:38 AM
    matrixmom added 3 photo(s) to album Pirates Life for Me 2014
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    Yesterday, 10:34 AM
    Easy & Quick Barnacles On Pilings: 1. DONT throughly mix monster mud! 2. Leave large clumps on the end, and dry brush white. Voila!
    792 replies | 21978 view(s)
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    I saw your cauldron creep video. Excellent! When I'm ready to do one, you'll have to give me a few pointers!
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    How are things going?! I see you are busy with tombstones. They look great!
    I'm just going to try my first foam projects. Wish me luck.
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    Oh you are more than welcome!! I was so busy looking at your decorations that I didn't see you standing there and it startled me. That's kinda funny. I'm sorry I ran off so quick, I was late getting home from running errands and my husband had to get back to work.
    My husband cut out a hole in the bottom of the metal and I put a single c7 cord with a flicker bulb in my lanterns. Or I use LED votives in my other lanterns. Talk to you soon! It was great meeting you!
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    Big Lots had them the past few years and I got some on clearance... but they did not have them this year. Bummer!
    Another good source is the camping section at Walmart. They have ones that look like old hurricane lanterns for around $6 or $7.
    I finally dug out the two for you this weekend. I have them boxed up, ready to go. Sitting here on my table. Can I leave them on your porch with your name on them. Or do you need to be there.
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    I have to admit. I am laughing so hard at the message I just left. This hobby is hilarious.
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