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    Not gonna lie, I am probably going to steal that idea. An old school name would fit perfectly with my vintage freakshow theme.
    She done messed with the wrong witch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tasty Brains View Post
    I decided to have a look at actual store mannequin prices online, and visited Wal-Mart online first. I was looking for a male or female adult figure when I stumbled onto these four child-sized, pose-able figures. They arrived quite quickly, and I'm going to dress them up as my own trick-r-treaters to greet the ones arriving at the house. Ideally, I want them to have that creepy vibe like those old black-and-white photos from early Halloweens. This year, I'm going to have them in old-fashioned looking clothes with children's animal masks on. They have sturdy steel bases, but I think I'll need to add sandbags at their feet to keep them standing I get decent winds through the yard at times.
    So, I mentioned this idea for my own set of trick 'r treaters for Halloween 2019 a bit back. Well, just in the past week I've seen ads for the new version of Stephen King's Pet Sematary (2019) with creepy masked kids and then got an email from Frightprops with their new items for Halloween 2019 with several creepy little trick 'r treaters they've created. You can check those out here if you scroll down about 2/3's the way down the page. Very cool, and undoubtedly better than what mine will turn out like; but way way out of my price range. Still, cool to see that I seem to have my finger on the horror pulse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCIAG View Post

    I need to give her a name that's not Ariel.
    How about Scariel? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Famous Pumpkin View Post
    How about Scariel? :-)
    I'm thinking she's more an Irene for some reason.
    Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers, the best damn little band you should be listening to!
    http://azpeacemakers.com/

    "There are no mistakes, only happy little accidents." - Bob Ross

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    What did you find/buy today?
    I managed to spend £1.50 on about 40 pages from an 1811 book on animals. The complete book sells for hundreds, so quite pleased to get some of the prints which are from woodcarvings.

    Here are the Bats!

    I am going to frame them.
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    What did you find/buy today?
    Technically not Halloween but I adore Crescent 🌙 Moons. Found these at Home Goods. They are terra-cotta & made in Italy. I bought the largest size. There’s also medium & small

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawrie View Post
    I managed to spend £1.50 on about 40 pages from an 1811 book on animals. The complete book sells for hundreds, so quite pleased to get some of the prints which are from woodcarvings.

    Here are the Bats!

    I am going to frame them.
    Omg! That’s a huge score!!! Congratulations

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    What did you find/buy today?
    I have got a problem, I hope that once I come out of my lighting closet I will feel like a weight has been lifted from my shoulders lol

    Lighting, I love getting hold of any old lights that have that Halloween look to them. I think I got all these for around £5-10. The little boots were £2 and are going to turn into Witches boots. The clock will for a basis for a grandfather clock I'm going to build. That was also £5. I have snagged so much free stuff over the years for Halloween, so consider myself very lucky.
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    Do not fear what lies beyond!!

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    What did you find/buy today?
    I also recently managed to get 5 of these for free
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    Do not fear what lies beyond!!

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    What did you find/buy today?
    I went to an estate sale at a funeral home on the south side of Chicago and bought these 3 items. The top hat was worn by the funeral conductor in the late 1800's. I'm so happy with this haul I could cry. thumbnail_image1 (1).jpg thumbnail_image3.jpg thumbnail_image2.jpg

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