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  1. Halloween Props
    A quick and easy DIY project. I used a skeleton from Walmart, which screws together. You'll also need a pumpkin bucket, some black acrylic paint (because the face was barely painted at all), and some lights - I'm using two "amber" color Mr Beams porch step lights from Home Depot, because I...
  2. Halloween Props
    So I made this a number of years ago. It will (eventually) span all the way across the porch (hopefully next year) BUT i have a small problem. It's more or less secure across the top, but the bottom flops around in the wind despite a wood frame behind. The screws are also puling away from the...
  3. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    It seems that Halloween haunt video projections are everywhere now. What was just a few years ago only seen in high end commercial haunts or Disney and similar attractions are now available to the average home haunter like me. From fun and entertaining singing pumpkins (my personal favorite) to...
  4. General Halloween
    I bought a couple of these last year but really never found a use for them, this year I am going to buy a bunch and put them all over our kitchen (which becomes a chop shop each October). I would suggest placing something over the screw heads to prevent scratching, although nothing got...
  5. Halloween Props
    I did some testing in my yard tonight and realize it will need to be mounted high, shining down on the display to look the best. At least for the spiders, I have the Fire/ice lights from last year and they have a metal bracket that I was able to remove and mount where I wanted and then remount...
  6. For Sale/Trade By Individuals
    $150 - static corpse prop $200 pneumatic coffin - needs a few screws on the base $100 PVC Ghoul - static prop. breaks apart for easy storage Both local pickup in Simi Valley, Ca Trades welcome as long they fit in a graveyard scene... Local pickup for the first two items due...
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