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  1. General Halloween
    Found the Home Depot Blog totally by accident while search for something on the web tonight. Was admiring the paper mache pumpkins in this article and saw all the Home Depot halloween props like the Horse and then noticed the article was by none other than Scott Stoll, Stolloween! I had no idea...
  2. General Halloween
    Does anyone know if there is a definitive paper mache recipe put out by the folks at Stolloween? I have looked on their site and saw a video but it was very "pinch of this, dash of that...maybe some of this if you want" I love their designs and admire their work quite a bit but I must admit I'm...
  3. For Sale/Trade By Individuals
    I'm clearing out everything due to a long-distance move...pick-up is preferred to shipping as these guys are a little big. All of them were made by hand using the Stolloween tutorial. Construction is paper mache and paper mache clay, then painted and dry-brushed. I had a health issue pop up at...
  4. General Halloween
    In trying to provide a link to Stolloween's website for a member, I discovered that Stolloween has been conducting a papier mache workshop. How cool. Looks like April's have sold out and he says they're closing in May (? Permanently..?) but thought I'd post the link to the workshop page for...
  5. Links
    these snowmen by Stolloween are awesome and perfect for X-mas or Halloween https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152522735994227.1073741901.288961974226&type=1
  6. Announcements / Press Releases
    Hauntcast 40 airs July 6th featuring a special prop segment by Mache Master Stolloween, Musical Guest Verse 13 and and interview with award winning home haunter Chris Ainsworth of the Thornhill woods Haunted House and President of Scarefest Canada.
  7. Halloween Props
    Introducing “Buster Gravesley”. Buster is a Zombie/Coffin Groundbreaker standing approximately 4 feet tall and mounted on a plywood base that can be angled in different directions when displayed. This prop was made from papier mache over top an armature created from recycled materials...
  8. Halloween Props
    These Character Tombstones were created using Dow Supertuff-R Polyisocynanurate Insulation Foam, recycled cardboard and homemade papier mache clay. The results are something like my pumpkins, tree faces mixed and mashed with some Jim Henson and HR Puffnstuff. The largest tombstone stands 3 ½...
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