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  1. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    I needed some fake pumpkin guts to hang out of a pumpkin. This tutorial is based on one I found on youtube done by Monster Tutorials here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00IpgGRqNjg So first get your materials: - liquid latex - food coloring - elmers orange glitter glue - a plastic cup for...
  2. Halloween Props
    :cool:iSo I’m am almost done with the top part of my tree. I don’t think I’m going to have time to paint it before Halloween but since I used the brown butcher paper, I don’t mind as much. I was having s difficult time getting the trunk texture and after some helpful tips and experimenting, I...
  3. Halloween Props
    I don’t have any pics to share yet, but I wanted to post here to see if anyone has any suggestions. Today, I did a bit of tree pruning on my crepe myrtles, and have set aside about 10 candidates to be the broom stick. I did a quick search on the best method to preserve the branches, and it looks...
  4. Halloween Props
    Lucky me, I have an ash tree with some dead branches. Planning to put these in my urns out front. Question, do I really need to spray paint them black? Can I just leave them natural with string lights on it or colored flood lights?
  5. Halloween Props
    One of two larger props for the front yard display. finished with the paint and dry brush today. We'll have a lantern and a couple pair of little kids shoes hanging from the branches. Probably a crow or two and some Spanish moss. It will add some visual interest to the scene...
  6. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    I put pumpkins out on our lawn, but they don't seem very visible sitting on the ground. So I made a way to hold them up: Here I mainly followed someone else's tutorial for a folding camp stool, but just used old branches instead of dowels and some sisal rope instead of the leather seat...
  7. Halloween Props
    Greetings from Swamp boy, swamp man, tree man, tree branches, and vines
  8. General Halloween
    the GIANT HAT. We've been loving (cough, coveting) this Giant Witch Hat Arbor from Yankee Siege below. SO, we made our own version. Not the same material. But, still fun. It's 10 feet wide and 10 feet tall. We used the trimmings from our birch trees and The Eighth Plague welded a frame. We...
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