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One More Giant Halloween Decoration

Posted by oldalgebra (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 29, 10 at 16:48

Well, you all know that I love giant Halloween Decorations.
Here's one that I have been waiting all week to find out how it's made.
Turns out that it's soooooooo easy.

I know it's too late for this year, but come next year, I'll be making my
Dead and Breakfast Sign and a few of these big, big bones.


Here is a link that might be useful: Martha's Big Bones

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RE: One More Giant Halloween Decoration

Those are so funny, I would love some of those. I don't suppose they could go in the yard.

RE: One More Giant Halloween Decoration

Holy Cow...
that's a DINOSAUR bone! I like the ones in the fireplace,
that's pretty cool.

A lot of us may be anxious for NEXT Halloween, LOL. That sure will be a first for me. I'm all excited about having
a witchy theme going. And the ravens of course. I think I'll be a bit sad putting my stuff away on Monday.

hugs, Karen

RE: One More Giant Halloween Decoration

They're made out of the plaster stuff that the doctor's used to form casts on broken bones. So I guess they won't take sprinklers or rain. In addition, apparently they're real light weight, so the wind could take them down the street. Martha S. had them all over the set of her show today. They were just propped up here and there. No particular rhyme or reason. But they looked so cool.

RE: One More Giant Halloween Decoration

OA they are great...
can't wait to see what you do with them.

RE: One More Giant Halloween Decoration

Too funny, Dead and Breakfast!

RE: One More Giant Halloween Decoration

OA, I have no doubt you will have a whole "graveyard of them next year. Wouldn't chicken wire and paper mache work too? Just a thought. I'm loving that skeleton leg table in that picture, isn't it cute? Well, maybe "cute" isn't the right word, but you know what I mean. LOL


RE: One More Giant Halloween Decoration

Looking forward to seeing 'dem bones' next yr! TFS the link! Jeanne S.

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