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  1. Halloween Props
    I just finished my second grandfather clock. Unlike the first one, this has a swinging pendulum, Westminister chimes, and internal lighting. This was made with just cardboard boxes, a glue gun, paint, and a cheap 4-dollar clock I purchased from Walmart that I took apart and created a new face...
  2. Halloween Props
    I made this from cardboard boxes, Dollar Tree items, hot glue, paint, and a 4-dollar clock from Walmart ( I took the clock apart and created a new clock face in Photoshop) total cost, was around $30.00. Height is 7 and a half feet tall. Cheap DIY for all you home-haunters!
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    Grandfather clock I made out of cardboard boxes and Dollar Tree items.
  4. Halloween Props
    I'm looking for this halloween prop if you can find it have it etc
  5. Halloween Props
    Hey Everyone! For this year I have decided to do Star Wars theme so I decided go big or go home, and have been building a 19FT tall AT-ST (part 3d printed some rigid insulation), Death Star projection for on mesh above my roof, Speeder bike 1:1 size with Mandalorian on it, and a few other items...
  6. Wanted to Buy
    Hi All Does anyone have one of these for sale: https://www.grandinroad.com/yard-sea-monster/halloween-haven/top-25/1187495 If so would love to purchase and please get in touch. Thanks
  7. Halloween Props
    This batch or eye stalks are going to be integrated into the porch plants
  8. Halloween Props
    This is my introduction to corpsing with plastic drop cloth and a heat gun, never did it before. Took about two hours to get the type of coverage I wanted. Took two rolls of drop cloth as I doubled, tripled and quadrupled thickness in various sections, also, knotting took up a lot. You knot the...
  9. Wanted to Buy
    Hi everyone, I am searching for some specific animated props sold at Spirit Halloween a while ago. The props I am looking for are as follows: Haunted Scarecrow (Sunstar Industries 2008) Lifesize Grim Reaper (Tailuxe Artware 2008) If you have any of these props and they are in working...
  10. Halloween Props
    So working on the following in memory of my daughter. Worked out very nice for my first major project. Happy with everything except the hair, someone should do a tutorial on Monster Mud'in Hair. :) Based on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVNW7UK773s
  11. Halloween Props
    New project created this year. Made the head last year but didnt know what to do with it. My wife said the head looks like a jack-in-the-box. So here it is. 1" PVC filled with sand and heated with a torch and bent to shape. Removed the sand and corpsed it with landscape fabric and great stuff...
  12. Halloween Props
    I just finished up my latest tombstone. I've been wanting to make this for 2 years after seeing the original in a local cemetery. Below is the original with what my completed version looks like.
  13. Halloween Props
    I'm still working on some final touches but I was able to build this guy in a few hours using materials I already had. I'm going to use him in my haunt display at a ranch where I board my horses with a life-size skeleton horse I just received yesterday. I think they will fit right in.
  14. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    This is a description of the Mire Man build. The body size is based off a 6.5 to 7 foot male. I am using 3/4 inch PVC and building out the shape with Free Form Air epoxy dough. Strengthened pvc with Smooth Cast 325 Resin Shave foam head to size Used Toms shoe inserts and...
  15. Halloween Props
    My theme this year is mutant gourds, pumpkins, and scare crows. This is the first one made this year. Pink foam block carved to shape, PVC for legs and arms. Thanks for looking DZ
  16. Halloween Props
    Over the years I've seen the trees to use as props get cheaper and cheaper. So I'm starting to weld my own strong trees. I use rebar and cable cut into short lengths. As you can see from the pictures I've tried to make them look scary.
  17. Halloween Props
    Hi, guys! Last year, I attempted to make a tall, static "pumpkin man" for my spooky circus display. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to get the arms and legs to stay in position. i thought that tape would be enough, but after a short period of time, his arms began to fall, and his legs bent in a...
  18. Halloween Props
    I am working on creating my first static character prop. I created her frame out of pvc. She obviously will not stand on her own yet though and I am in desperate need of a way to mount her to stand. I have seen tutorials around about how to mount them onto a board. However, I want to know if...
  19. Halloween Props
    Hi, I'm new here. My name's Lisa and I'm currently working on building a haunted tree so I thought I'd post some progress pics. It was influenced by to "how-to's" on here: made by Mizerella and The Dark Gardener (sorry, I can't post links because this is my first post and it says I have to have...
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