Wicked great! I would have hung out there all night! It's interesting that this year more than ohers, people took lots of pics at my haunt. Photo op big time. But even with that, not many people stay longer than it takes to TOT and maybe a pic or two and off they go. Maybe they're too creeped out to stay for a bit and take it all in. But if your house was on my TOT route, I'd be sure to stay for a bit and enjoy it. So much to see. It's like a ride you can keep going on again and again for free! LOL!
I know it is crazy early, but I bet some of you are already planning and making those to do lists. And in sharing what we do, we find people who can help us achieve.
So tell me, how many and what are the tasks are on your to do list for Halloween 2020?
Can’t wait to hear how many of you are...
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My number one wish is that they would make more sturdy scene setters. A lot of us use them because there is no alternative unless you are artistic, and that leaves me out. The plastic has creases and isn't big enough and is hard to deal with. I have the nursery wallpaper that Spirit Halloween...
I figured I'd share these with you all. Wanted to keep building things after the Halloween season, but needed to give the props a break and work on a smaller scale. Let me know what you think.
First up is a Michael Myers diorama.
Next is my Freddy Krueger boiler room diorama