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Hello from the Great white north, not that it's terribly white just now, being August and all. I've been lurking for about a week, but finally decided to join so I can weigh in. I'm in my thirties and will be celebrating my 5th anniversary this coming Halloween, and we have 2 daughters almost 7 and 2. I have what I think most normals consider a ridiculous amount of Halloween stuff, but it probably pales in comparison to some of your collections. Looking for more creative things to do now that I am a homeowner, but storage is limited, as are funds. Already I'm amassing ideas, and look forward to discussing them with everyone here.
 

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Hey LadyMage! Welcome to the forums. No shortage of Canadians here. (Shortage of space and cash? yes!)

Lots of great ideas including DIY stuff (PVC pipe candles aren't a bad place to start if you're looking for firs time project).

I'm not a parent myself but I always figured small children could double as props in a pinch. ;)
 

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Hey thanks :)

KIds work better as costume accessories rather than props. They tend to follow me around, one trying to help, the other trying to destroy. Tis an interesting life I lead....also means anything I make is going to have to be sturdy to avoid being demolished by a gleeful toddler.
 

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Welcome! Being short on cash and storage is a badge of honor in the Halloween world. We are all so honored! Lol. There are many good ideas to help you fill that storage in no time. :cool:

GG
 
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