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    10-23-2014, 04:26 AM
    jbaum replied to a thread Electronic/Software: My Electric Power Station Guy in Halloween Props
    Very nice. I like the idea, I may have to borrow this for next year.
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    10-08-2014, 05:05 PM
    jbaum replied to a thread Static: Tombstone Pattern Transfer in Halloween Props
    Yes they still make carbon tracing paper. Got my last package at Staples. May have ask where they keep it.
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    10-07-2014, 04:24 AM
    jbaum replied to a thread Static: Tombstone Pattern Transfer in Halloween Props
    I use carbon paper and a stylist ball pen to outline then use the Dremel tool.
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    09-30-2014, 03:59 AM
    Meltyface - Looks good so far, a black base coat and then the dry brush top coat and you're ready. Berserker - If you have brick you can use brick clips and fishing line to hold them in place. I also place a piece of foam on the vertical sides and use a #8 finish nail to hold them. On my Hardy siding I use cup hooks to attach the fishing line, they also make clips for vinyl siding. You can hot glue the horizontal boards to the vertical ones for more support
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    09-29-2014, 05:32 PM
    I don't like to do gory either. We get a lot of ToT (2000 plus) of all ages. I go for the spooky feeling which insights a small amount of fear of the unknown in the grave yard. Last year we started singing monsters and that was a big hit. So spooky fun.
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    09-28-2014, 08:35 PM
    jbaum replied to a thread Electronic/Software: Help!!! Broken Animated Grim Reaper in Halloween Props
    If you just need the wire you could use a 26 gauge stranded wire. If you don't have any lurking in your scrap pile a old cat 5 computer patch cable will work. Strip the jacket off and you have a choice of colors. You will have to untwist them if you need a single wire.
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    09-28-2014, 08:09 PM
    My fence went up last weekend with the blow mold skellys trick or treating and the corn stalks the weekend before that. Tombstones are this week. Didn't get a chance to work on anything this weekend since I was at halloween horror nights. Will set more during the week. My plan to have most stuff out on the Monday before except for a few items.
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    Hey, that would be great! I'm actually in Crestview but FWB is just much more recognizable for most. Looks like we'll have a chilly Halloween this year if the forecasts are right. :O)
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