The red baron battle with snoopy was the best part of the whole episode in my opinion! I want to see pictures.We're doing the full Great Pumpkin theme for our party this year. For a few years after 9/11 I put up this display, but this year I'm expanding it with Peanuts ToTers (like you made) as well as other elements - Snoopy on his Sopwith Camel/doghouse, expanded pumpkin patch, "Welcome Great Pumpkin" signs, etc. I was also thinking of putting Peanuts-themed gravestones in our cemetery - with epitaphs like "Snoopy - shot down by the Red Baron"...or is that a little too morbid?
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Awesome Great Pumpkin display, and yeah, there are blue fire and ice lights. I saw them at Lowe's last year (and HD too, I think).Sneakykid - i used 2x4 wooden stakes as high as the cutouts hammered into the ground, then reinforced them with another 2x4 - we get some strong winds on our hill. But this year I think I'll use rebar and "U" shaped pipe brackets. I use rebar for our pall bearing skellys and it goes up quick.
Cloak-Dagger, I'll probably be repurposing an airblown Christmas Snoopy on his doghouse that we've been putting up for years. Maybe add the soundtrack, some cut out clouds and a blue fire and ice...Are there blue fire and ice lights?
No prob, here's the Home Depot link as well....pretty sure they're the same thing.Thanks Forhekset for the info.
Make your own version.Awesome!!! I'd give my right arm to have that in my front yard. I love the Great Pumpkin!
it's great, I too have wanted to make these chartiers for the past few years to put infront of my cemetery but using sheets and putting the faces on them
just get to busy with other things good grief it comes up fast. did Christmas a few years ago using that plywood now I have to redo it. it doesn't hold up to
moister at all
IN LOVE!Hi All,
Here is this year's "haunt", if you would even call it that... Everything was created with 1/4" plywood and acrylic paints. I first sketched the images on wood, then cut the outlines with a jig saw and mixed paint to match the colors as closely as I could. I used a matte finish spray to protect from the elements. I hope you enjoy!
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