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  1. #21
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    where did the alligator come from?

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  3. #22
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    Incredible!! love this all and your guests looked great.

  4. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3pinkpoodles View Post
    Hi RCIAG

    I used Block Posters to enlarge images of Doug Horne’s artwork. He’s amazing. You should check him out. I wish I could afford to purchase his art in real life! I made the bamboo frames 😊
    I see he has an Etsy store!
    https://www.etsy.com/shop/DougHorneA...hopheader-name
    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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  6. #24
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    Thank you! Those were printed off BLOCK POSTERS. It's actually art by Doug Horne. I just found high res images and uploaded into Block Posters, then decoupaged onto foamboard.
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    I borrowed the alligator form a friend's garden. It's just garden statuary. You can probably find them on POND DECOYS type websites too. I know I saw some cool gators when I was searching google for "backyard pond alligator decoy"
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    The gator was from a friend's yard. They got it off a pond decoy website, I think. You can search alligator pond decoy and find some good ones!
    Let's share our spooky Pinterest Boards http://www.pinterest.com/LizEventPlanner/

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    Oh boy--- NOw I know where my paychecks are going! lol
    Let's share our spooky Pinterest Boards http://www.pinterest.com/LizEventPlanner/

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    That swamp part is so amazing, that's what I need to learn how to do.
    Check out my YouTube channel learn how to Turn Trash into Haunts

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    Fantastic stuff! Really inspiring!

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