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  1. Halloween Props
    After seeing some great projects with it here I finally bought a Squawkers McCaw and the board to go with it from J-Man. The problem is that my theme is a spooky graveyard, nothing piratey. My solution is to turn Squakwers into a zombie parrot in a cage, but I'm not sure how to tackle paining...
  2. Halloween Props
    To whom is reading this. I need help with a project I am working on for this Halloween. First, a little about the prop. I build this pumpkin out of cast material. The same material the hospitals use when you brake a bone and cover the area with casting material. I started with a balloon and...
  3. Halloween Props
    Hi, I've been the proud owner of a Don Post Full Moon mask for many years, and it has been stored in my closet for about 9 years now. I had kept it dry, stuffed with tissue to hold its form, wrapped in a plastic bag, inside of its cardboard box. Recently, I got a styrofoam head and I wanted to...
  4. General Halloween
    Happy New Year to everyone on our Halloween Forum, Can you believe that it is only 289 more Days until Halloween 2019? Before you know it, it will be here and Gone. Well.....may be not that quickly, but.....Time sure seems to be Flying as we all get older. Ok......sooooo I am really really...
  5. For Sale/Trade By Individuals
    This is a ~10.5 feet by ~4 feet hearse prop. While the wheels are a bit warped, it does roll some for positioning and does turn. It comes with two electric lanterns built in and wired. The whole thing is made from 2x4s, plywood, and wooden sheathing and is painted black. The back door is also...
  6. Halloween Props
    Spider rider was made with two beach balls and a foam ball. The legs are pvc pipe covered in foam, solar led lights are on the back ball. Sorry about the picture being sideways, is there a way to fix this?
  7. Halloween Props
    #$%@ Pinterest made me want to try to make a foil spider. Lightweight, weatherproof, huge! NOTHING STICKS TO $%&# FOIL! Found that out not as quickly as expected. Here's how I made mine: Legs: I stuck heavy wire in 5’&6’ pool noodles, crinkled & uncrinkled heavy duty foil and glued on with...
  8. General Halloween
    Our neighborhood has been targeted by car prowlers since late last year, and now they- or another group- have incorporated Halloween vandalism, mostly stealing pumpkins off porches (and driving them a couple miles away to smash them :S), but also messing with people's props- so far, no reports...
  9. Halloween Props
    I have a skeleton I am making into Death from Discworld. My issue is the usual non-articulated fingers. I need to bend them around the scythe so it looks like he is holding it. My question is: Has anyone ever used a heat gun to bend plastic skeleton fingers with good success? I could use any...
  10. Halloween Props
    I bought a vase, a little bowl, a tiny picture frame, and a candle holder at Goodwill. I found a good picture and resized it to fit the frame. https://i.pinimg.com/736x/db/10/3a/db103a43c41fead71c17f438b83bbaf8--classic-monsters-dracula.jpg I hot glued them together and covered the glass of...
  11. Party Ideas. Experiences and Recipes
    So this year what did you learn or what do you plan to do different for next years party ? For me I have decided to go smaller we had over 75 people this year it has grown over the last 11 years and I think it is time to trim it down. 2018 my plan is to only have around 20 its hard to visit...
  12. Halloween Props
    Two days after I set everything up we had a nice rainstorm come through. 3 inches in an hour. While I think my animatronics might shed the water OK I wasn't willing to test this with Halloween just a week out. So I covered all the heads with plastic grocery sacks. I guess I could seal the...
  13. Party Ideas. Experiences and Recipes
    Here is my Skull Cake for Halloween! Chocolate Cake with vanilla buttercream. Sculpted freehand and covered in modeling chocolate and fondant.
  14. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    While looking at a picture of Jack Skellington one day, it occurred to me that in the right pose, his silhouette is nothing more complicated than a big X. I thought this would be a simple project (they're never as simple as I think), so even though it wasn't in my plans for this year's...
  15. Halloween Props
    (perhaps "removal" isn't the correct word here, how about just covering it so that it doesn't sparkle at all) I found something that I like at Michaels, but it is 100% covered in glitter. It would be SO cool to spray paint it with an aged metallic look. So...can you actually spray paint over...
  16. Halloween Props
    would these be any good ? , I've heard green can be very affective , spooky/creepy and I can use them well under shelter of my covered porch or inside ...ANy lighting opinions
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