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Halloween Decor

Posted by happycthulhu (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 30, 06 at 12:53

Look at the stuff that I made for curbshopped items...

I made these from styrofoam wig heads, a coat hanger and old sheet.
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I made these from plywood I found and left over paint.
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OMG, Your decorations are awesome!!! And that foot... well, it looks so real!!!


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Excellent!! Now I'm excited to see what you come up with for Christmas!


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Wow, really spooky cool decorations, are you sure that foot is not real????

Sal


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OHMYGOODNESS! That is just too cool. WHERE did you get that realistic foot?????????????? Great ideas.


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The foot came from a neighbor's trash can.
They bought it for a Halloween party and then threw it away.


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Love them! Especially like the realistic paint job you did on the tombstones! Bet the kids love your yard!


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My costume from last night.
I managed to scare several kids as well as a couple of their parents.
BOO!!!!
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WOW ,those are so cool.Like everyone else,i love the foot!!Looks sooooooooooo real.
Kathi


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Best Halloween graveyard I have seen, especially with that foot! Ha ha Bet you did scare a few if you popped up from behind a tombstone with that costume of yours! Great job. Luvs


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