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I hope my word vomit proves helpful! Tombstones. Tree branches. A curbside shrub that someone dug up and tossed out. Or maybe a frame covered with landscape fabric. Maybe put it behind/in the body of another prop. I made a body bag form and put the projector in there.

Good luck and happy haunting!
 

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Fake rocks found at home improvement stores
old tree stump (carve out hiding place)
tombstones (I use an upside down Styrofoam cooler ... painted black (which destroys it a bit making it look old)) - it projects on the pumpkin about 2-3 feet away


I should mention, EyeClops Mini Projector and Micca Spec-1 G2 is what I use for a single pumpkin (not singing pumpkin) - normal size projector won't fit in small cooler.
 

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Perfect- great idea- never thought of that- using the Atmosfearfx Pumpkins outdoors and 3 Atmosfearfx insides- great idea- will just use a larger coolar
 

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Brilliant more like it!!!! Great ideas everyone- so glad I found this sight and appreciate the feedback- will post some pics this weekend
 

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Here is my singing pumpkins setup. I built two tombstone boxes one to hide the projector, and one for the pumpkins to sit on. I doubled up the sides of the boxes to enclose the PVC pipe for the rebar hammered into the ground. for the one to hide the projector I only doubled it up about half way, so I could put a shelf inside the box. The projector sits on the shelf. I used the black spray paint with grey drybrush technique to make it look like stone. The attached pic is one of my store bought tombstones getting modified for dry brush and PVC installation. The projector box is sitting right behind it.
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Here are the two boxes together after the dry brush technique.
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I am currently building cemetery columns and the back side will not be covered and a shelf is placed inside for a projector, light, etc to be hidden in
 

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How tall is the base the pumpkins are sitting on ?




Here is my singing pumpkins setup. I built two tombstone boxes one to hide the projector, and one for the pumpkins to sit on. I doubled up the sides of the boxes to enclose the PVC pipe for the rebar hammered into the ground. for the one to hide the projector I only doubled it up about half way, so I could put a shelf inside the box. The projector sits on the shelf. I used the black spray paint with grey drybrush technique to make it look like stone. The attached pic is one of my store bought tombstones getting modified for dry brush and PVC installation. The projector box is sitting right behind it.
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Here are the two boxes together after the dry brush technique.
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