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  1. Member Introduction
    Hello I am Scott, I am a married with kids, Halloween prop making , Magician. I am currently building a Halloween/ Horror magic show. Props that I have made are: Celtic cross tombstone made out of insulation boards, Shrunken heads, Book of the dead covered in what feels like mummified skin, a...
  2. Halloween Props
    My wife (RoxyBlue on the "other" forum) repurposed an old foam cross to make a tombstone.
  3. Halloween Props
    While I'm waiting for the body form in the last vlog to cure, I begin constructing a 6-foot cross for the church scene of my new haunt
  4. Halloween Crafts
    I've found some wonderful Halloween cross stitch patterns lately, and these are my latest finished projects. Any other stitchers out there? Not yet mounted. My first attempt at mounting a finished product... It's pretty sloppy, but I'm still proud :)
  5. Halloween Props
    This is one of my bigger (literally) props I made for 2015. I am pleased with how it turned out. I think it took about 60 or so hours but I kind of lost track. :)
  6. Halloween Props
    Hello again my fellow haunt addicts! I decided my cross was missing something so I added a plaque with a name on it and also some moss. I think it looks much better now. A bit more moss and perhaps some ivy and I will call this one complete. :)
  7. Halloween Props
    I've always loved the celtic cross stones and have wanted make one for a while now. I finally found a sheet of foam thick enough and long enough to make one a couple of weeks ago in an appliance warehouse dumpster. I kept my design pretty simple, since the foam was a softer type that does not...
  8. Halloween Crafts
    I put this together from scraps I found around the house.... Full kit Instructions on how to kill a Vampire Written in Romanian, and I hand carved the stake and wrapped handle in hemp and leather strips. Holy water bottle was a travel conditioner bottle we brought back from a hotel stay...
  9. Party Ideas. Experiences and Recipes
    These are wooden coffin boxes with cast resin crosses. I stained the coffins with black wood stain and painted the inside red. The crosses were cast from a combination of two crosses that I glued together before creating the silicone molds. The resin was tinted with silver and then...
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