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I have two favorites:
Be very careful!! I also fell for the non alligator clip lights. They ARE NOT the same. They have a very high failure rate, often flicker and the batteries only last about thirty minutes. I purchased...
I have used the Stealth Lights. They work great!
Here is a shot of my haunt using the lights:
I have quite a few...
I wonder if Scatterbrain's idea would work? Shoot a laser at the daylight sensor.
The price listed by EveningKiss is for a gallon, but that is a lot of urethane. My project probably only consumed about a half gallon or a little more.
Dead, I found your project so inspiring that I'm going to try and build one of my own starting today. Thank you for the excellent idea.
Scorpion, the largest expense would be the urethane for the mold. I believe I spent around $40 for it. The actual casting is very cheep. Each skull face only costs about $0.50 in plaster. A full...
Atiehwata the mold is very sturdy. I'm sure it would hold up well using spray foam. Just like you say there would need to be some sort of liner or spray to keep it from adhering to the walls of the...
So Cat, that is an excellent question. look that the photo below:
When I made the mold I also created a method to pour in the plaster. If you look at the bottom half of the mold there is...
In forgot to mention the best part. The process is simple enough that my ten year old son does the entire casting and extraction by himself. I left for work today and by the time I returned he had...
Nope, you may leave the plaster in the mold. Often I will make one final pour at the end of the night and retrieve it in the morning.
This tutorial will guide you through the simple process of casting plaster.
The first step of course is to determine what you like to make multiple copies of. This process most likely would...
This is amazing. I love it when someone comes up with a new idea! The movement is perfect!
Been using Froggy's for the last few years. I definitely am happy with the product. Here is a photo when I used the freezing fog outside:
I wish I had a photo when the wind was still....
Rebar is the way to go. It is fairly cheap yet very strong.
I'm with you. I will get done what I get done and I won't stress too much about it. There is no way to get everthing done which I have imagined in my head, so I'll be happy with what is done. The...
Two items get to me:
Bad, rotten or crumbling teeth have always botherd me. I ocassionally will have a nightmare about teeth just falling apart in my mouth.
The second item is a bit strange....
That is funny, I also just purchased her yesterday. I have her set up in the garage for now. I'm very happy with her. I just wish my projector had higher resolution.
I'm bummed. I just went to my Costco and nothing. I only go a few times a year, so I hope I don't miss out.
Not sure I'm ready to get the village out yet, but I've had the bug since Nov 1st , ha ha.
Ok, here we go again. Friday the 13th tomorrow. Everyone needs to pledge to work one hour on something haunt related!
I don't have either, but I do make postcards which I have my kids give to their friends. It has helped alto get the word out about my haunt.
I was toying with the idea of a website, but I never...
The milk jugs are a good idea. I would have never thought of that.
I do need to take better care of my masks. Some are completely flat with a crease up the middle of the face.
Thanks for the ideas.
A ghost passing by:
Inside the haunt:
I have the I-Zombie MC multi-channel device. It is a stereo unit. I consider it one of the best investments for my haunt.
As far as the speakers I don't get too excited. I went to Goodwill and...