By far it's the planning for me. I enjoy researching the prop then figuring out how to make it happen. (But I guess that's the engineer in me.) I also like sketching it up which satisfies my artistic side.
The part I like the most is when my daughter (9) and son (6) get excited showing off a new prop I've built to other people. It's a combination of the excitement in the voice and the pride in their eyes.
The actual building of the prop is probably my favorite part but I also get a lot of satisfaction out of seeing the end result. Then there's a whole other level when you put everything out for display and hear all the comments from visitors. I just love the whole process really.
Hard to which is my favorite, I guess all if it; from the design phase to garage sales to building walls (well maybe not building walls) set decorating, cranking up some hard rock and getting in the zone.
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Time is short and so am I
Halloween is over
the JoLs are turning to mush
Krampus is coming
so is Christmas Day
Time for the annual Winter Holiday Card Exchange
As if we didn't have enough on our plates to do lets add another. Time to send out a little Krampus heat or Christmas cheer to other...
First let me say how glad I am to have found this forum. I am impressed with the level of talent and passion there is in here.
As some of you know, I started a show called “The Weird Kid Show”
I cover a wide range of topics in the realm of Horror, Halloween props being one of...
I just want to say thank you to the ones who helped with some of my Halloween destinations this past year because of the help I went to the following places this past fall.
1. New Hampshire Pumpkin Festival in Laconia,New Hampshire
2. Haunted Happenings in Salem,Mass.
3. Sleepy Hollow, New...