Skeleton Hands

Paper Mache Skull

 

Spiked Fence Look

 

Connecting fence panels

 

Easy Make Tombstones

 

Flickering Candles

 

Rusty Padlocks

 

Alternate Padlock

 

Groundbreaker Coffin

 

Tombstone Embellishments #1

Shiatsu Grave Grabber

Grave Grabber Alternate version

Skull Casts

Paint Effects #1

Blucky Hands Makeover

 

Easy Foam Chain

 

 

Candle Chandelier

 

 

Library of Books

 

 

Imitation Books

 

 

Faux Candles from Pill Containers

 

 

Creepy Plant (Hermanus Venus Audreyus)

 

Skull Books and Candle


Moving Eye Portrait


Styrofoam Signs *NEW*



Spider Sac *NEW*



Easy Make Frames *NEW*



Mannequin Frame
*NEW*


Gibbet Cage
*NEW*

 

Guest Tutorials

Props Gallery

 

Quick Tips

1. If you need to pad out the chest of a prop body, take two 1 gallon milk/juice containers. Position in place on the prop frame either side of the spine and tape together.

2. Pool noodles make great padding for arms of prop figures. You can get them from most Dollar Stores during the summer months

3. Sometimes the simplest projects are makeovers of a store bought prop or mask - it's surprising the change that you can make just by repainting !

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4. Just by adding the smallest detail to your props can make a big difference to your display.
For example, placing earth or barkdust around ground breaker props make them look more realistic:
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