Your crypt is beautiful! I love the aging and the moss -- it's fantastic! I hope, hope, hope I can do my aging as well as you did. The moss is a great addition.Let me just say that is just fabulous!!! I love it. I have to say the one I did last year (you can see a pic of it in my album on my profile page) is made completely of plywood and 2X4's. It is one heavy mother However it comes apart almost exactly the way yours does and it stores completely flat in the garage except for the two gothic points on each side, those I kept in tact and they dont take up much room at all. That said yours is probably much much easier to move around. Ours takes two people to move especially once it gets on the grass. I love the idea of using foam, the only thing is here in Florida its hurricane season and we get lots of wind and rain and Im wondering if that would be a problem???? What do you think. I would love to try your technique on some other projects, it would make it much easier and much more cost effective doing it your way. I mean I love my crypt, but that sucker is heavyAgain yours is coming out wonderful and I cant wait to see it with the skeletons inside!!
Yes, it will be tucked in between a tree and the house rhode bushes. I think it will be fine for most anything the Northwest can throw at it. Plus, the styrofoam is impervious to rain, so I have no worries of moisture.I am going to be waiting for a field test of the mausoleum in Northwest storm. I think once you get your crypt beds in there and maybe a few cinder blocks underneath those on the frame that you will be OK. It should be water resistant with all the paint that you have on there. Is it going to be in an area where there is a ton of wind? I kind of pictured it being back in the tress according to your diagram.
Oh, yes!! I need to build a new roof for the existing haunted tower, plus I want to build a new, slightly larger tower to go above the front porch, and I want to build a false storefront (or pub) facade for the shed.
Here is my latest plan for this year.
And here is how I hope to have the house looking with both towers.