This year we are accepting donations (both food & money) for a charity that sends food home with kids over the weekend. The only meals these kids get are the school lunches during the week. It's called Blessings in a Backpack. Since we were collecting money I wanted to build a donation box. The zombie face is actually a thin cardboard toilet paper roll cover which was glued onto a piece of foam board. My wife hand colored the wording and cut it out. It was then glued onto a toilet flange. The top toilet flange was connected to a 6" 45 degree angle elbow with a short piece of 6" pipe and then attached to 2 sections of 6" pvc with a coupler and then to another toilet flange that is screwed onto a piece of 1" thick board. I built it in sections so it can be broken down and stored. A stick on LED light is also attached to the top of the foam board. The mouth is about 5' off the ground. Whole project was about $35. I'm not sure how well the foam board will hold up and will probably replace it with wood next year. I'll drill holes at each corner of the board and stake it too the ground and will also weigh it down with 60lbs landscape blocks. It will sit in my yard behind the graveyard fence so it would be very awkward to try to lift.