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  1. Halloween Props
    Edit: Found another thread that helped. Freak Show Posters
  2. Halloween Props
    I need advice here. I am far from artistically inclined, and my clown entrance looks terrible. Now, I've been considering just totally repainting it in a different style and everything, but before I do that, does anyone have any ideas on how to improve/add more detail to it? Thanks!
  3. Sally Splitz

    Sally Splitz

    Boxes, cardboard tubes supporting "feet", thrifted mask.
  4. Balancing BoBo, the bottomless clown

    Balancing BoBo, the bottomless clown

    PVC form, made clothing from tent material, mask from Amazon, thrifted tutu, latex gloves, recycled HVAC parts for base.
  5. Twisty Tina, the Contortionist

    Twisty Tina, the Contortionist

    Mask from Amazon, PVC form, thrifted clothing stuffed with pillows.
  6. Attractions Tent

    Attractions Tent

    Striped plastic from Amazon, hand made sign from cardboard and acrylic paint.
  7. Rotten Candy

    Rotten Candy

    Rotten Candy made from spray-painted pillow stuffing, rolled poster board for the cones, and dollar bugs.
  8. Fortune Teller

    Fortune Teller

    Body form made from cardboard tubes, thrifted clothing, mask from Amazon, assorted items on the table collected over the years.
  9. Fortune Teller

    Fortune Teller

    Body form made from cardboard tubes, thrifted clothing, mask from Amazon, assorted items on the table collected over the years. Skull frames made from old picture frames, dollar skulls cut in half, and sheer tights - LED's inside.
  10. Games Booth

    Games Booth

    Pallet with plywood counter top and cardboard sign. Corpsed skulls, DIY rotting pumpkins, sign made from children's easel, etc.
  11. Strength Test

    Strength Test

    Made from cardboard boxes, tubes, poster board, tin pan, dollar store hand, dollar store brain mold - painted.
  12. Howlin' Harry

    Howlin' Harry

    PVC frame, thrifted clothes, dollar store hands with teddy bear fur adhered, mask purchased (cannot remember retailer - likely Walmart or Ollie's)
  13. Spidora

    Spidora

    Big Lots spider, doll head painted and glued on top. Spider webs, various smaller plastic spiders.
  14. Mick, the Monkey Man

    Mick, the Monkey Man

    Cardboard box, body form made from a small cardboard box with cardboard tubes as arms/neck. Thrifted clothing, altered. "Cymbals" are plastic plates, thrifted. Monkey mask was thrifted.
  15. Freak Show Tent

    Freak Show Tent

    8'x8' tent, red and white plastic table clothes hung as "curtains", handmade signs from cardboard.
  16. Ticket Booth

    Ticket Booth

    Pallet, painted and supported by 2"x4" braces with a cardboard hand painted sign and plywood counter top. Skeleton with wig and thrifted clothing. Spider webs, lights, and roll of tickets.
  17. Ticket Booth

    Ticket Booth

    Pallet, painted and supported by 2"x4" braces with a cardboard hand painted sign and plywood counter top. Skeleton with wig and thrifted clothing. Spider webs, lights, and roll of tickets.
  18. Circus Entrance

    Circus Entrance

    Cut from cardboard and painted with acrylics. The sign was inspired by one seen online. Nailed to a base made with 2"x4"s cemented into buckets for support. Stood approx. 8' tall.
  19. Circus Entrance

    Circus Entrance

    Cut from cardboard and painted with acrylics. The sign was inspired by one seen online. Nailed to a base made with 2"x4"s cemented into buckets for support. Stood approx. 8' tall.
  20. Halloween Props
    Over the past couple months, I've posted videos of several circus-themed projects. Following is a video of the completed display, but, first, some notes on the props: Rooftop Unicycle Skelly -- In short, it ran but required constant checks (like every 10 minutes) to reset its starting point so...
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