Halloween Forum banner
iron
1-8 of 9 Results
  1. Hedgehogs as walkway

    The Czech hedgehogs makes great barriers or even WALKWAYS!
  2. Halloween Crafts
    So my Christmas theme is NBC and i wanted rod iron on my house well since i do not have any i made my own version with the dollar tree yard bat stakes that you get 2 for 1.00 I then painted some boards black and then i layed a set out of the yard stakes to mark holes to be drilled that i...
  3. Halloween Props
    With all of the props I plan on placing in our yard this year, I really want to install a "spooky" fence to keep kids out and provide limited protection against theft. I have seen several build pages to make your own fence out of wood and PVC. Some of them look really nice but honestly it looks...
  4. For Sale By Merchants
    New items that have hit the docks! Officially Licensed The Iron Giant
  5. Party Ideas. Experiences and Recipes
    I am am not too thrilled about the idea, but I have been over ruled and the Halloween theme in our department this year is "Minions". :( I love the Despicable Me movies, but a Minions Halloween theme? Does anyone have any ideas that would go along with the Minions theme that would be more true...
  6. Halloween Props
    I finished the first new prop for 2015. I thought he cemetery needed a gate. Since the fence is all wrought iron I went with a wrought iron gate and two corner pieces, They are made out of PVC pipe and wood. The decorative crosses were a clearance special at Hobby Lobby and the scroll work...
  7. Halloween Props
    I have a few pieces of wrought iron fence 5ft x 8ft (see photo). I was thinking about cutting these in half so they are about 3 feet tall and use as a graveyard prop next year. Has anyone ever done this for a graveyard prop? Any ideas for this? Thanks in advance for your feedback.
  8. Halloween Props
    I was hoping someone out there could help me with the best way to do a pattern transfer for tombstones. Yesterday I did just two stones, and my finger is still numb from trying to trace over the pattern with a fine-point pen to impress the design. I am wondering if just using a spray-adhesive...
1-8 of 9 Results
Top