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Graveyard Tombstones
Submitted by Hallmark Channel
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faux stone pedastal base
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
These are a great graveyard addition, put them under urns, statues, potted ferns, all kinds of haunt decor uses!
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prop steaks
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
This is a fun and easy way to make prop steaks for a butcher scene in your haunt. This idea came from Virgil Taylor who owns ressurection studios
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Easy brain in a jar
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
With silicone caulk, tinfoil, and some paint you can make a pretty convincing brain in a jar for a lab scene or a testing facility
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scary wreath
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
This wreath is a variation on one I saw in Nightmare before Christmas. It is a simple design and a fun project- it takes about 20 min and $15.
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distressing jars and bottles witch jars
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
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Castle set painting
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
This is old school 2D haunt art.
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making a pumpkin
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
How to make a 24" pumpkin out of great stuff foam for about $10.
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Prop knife sheath
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
I'm making a knife sheath for a prop knife I will use for a character. I use a thrift store leather purse for materials.
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Making moving bugs
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
This technique can be applied hundreds of ways, great in a lab or kitchen, even a kids room. Bugs are creepiest when they move. here are the magnets I used- $2.99 for 10
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Great stuff video
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
Great stuff is a haunted house staple- lets see what it can do!
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Witch cabinet
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
This is a series of techniques as opposed to a specific project. You can use this decorating techniques on lots of things (frames, curios, walls...etc). The final product is a great display piece for haunts or homes depending on the theme you choose.
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Easy Cob webs
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
Make these webs with a $10 Harbor Freight airbrush and with Weldwood contact cement from home depot.
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Wet look product
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
This is a product spotlight - I often need to make things that have a Wet look and this is great for that! Masks, props, tons of things need to have that shiny, glossy look. I have switched to this product for that use.
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corpsing 2
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
This is a redo/update of my plastic corpsing video- lots of new tricks in this that didnt make it into the last one.
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Chloroplast Color Cubes
Submitted by Evil Olive
These cubes were meant to form a leaning stackable archway as an entrance to our clown scene. Finished either as jack-in-the-boxes or just colorful clownish boxes. As I added the lights inside about 50 other ideas sprang up, this light and chloroplast combination has a LOT of potential uses.
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Boiler Prop & Rusting Technique
Submitted by Evil Olive
Making some prop boiler covers for a scene in our haunt this year, out of trash can lids and dummy golf balls. Then using an aerosol wall texture and caulk to make faux rust.
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Paper mache skull turned to a zombie head DIY Zombie head
Submitted by unhingedprops
This is just a quick tutorial, showing how I use a paper mache skull and turn it into a zombie head
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Beef Netting Webs
Submitted by Cathy LeBeau
In this video I cover everything you need to know about using beef netting for spider webs, as well as a link in the description as to where to purchase it. I hope You enjoy this video
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halloween wall panel
Submitted by benja
This is how to make wall panels if you don't have access to foam in this video i show you how to make a wall panel with corflute
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Skull corpsing
Submitted by Nefariouse shadows haunt
Using the plastic corpsing method with a heat gun,plastic,wood stain to create a rotting skull
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HAUNT ON THE HILL ~ CREEPY TREATS
Submitted by Cathy LeBeau
In this video I show how I make a collection of these Creepy Treats: Spider Cake, Giant Lollipops, Giant Candy Necklace, Doll Pinwheels, and Potheads.
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Two-Faced Pumpkin How To
Submitted by Cathy LeBeau
In this video I show how I make my two-faced pumpkin using chicken wire, tie wire, and the plastic corpsing method, followed by airbrushing. I hope you enjoy this video!
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Winter Haunt Projects
Submitted by Cathy LeBeau
In this video I show all the small projects I`ve been working on this winter. I add to my Trick or Treater collection by sculpting heads and hands with home made paper clay and I make a dozen evil gingerbread, with a fun break in the end.
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Projects Galore
Submitted by Cathy LeBeau
In this video I show my finished Evil Gingerbread Men, Trick or Treaters, Zombie Prop Boy, and "Pippa"
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Haunt on the Hill NEW FACES
Submitted by Cathy LeBeau
In this video I show how I make my Witch for my Hansel and Gretel scene, and my Joker from Batman.
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DIY Paper Clay
Submitted by GhoulsihCop
Incredibly smooth, moldable homemade paper clay that can be made from readily available materials. With this improved version of paper clay, you'll be able to create the finest of details previously unattainable with previous versions.
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DIY Skulls from Plastic Milk Jugs
Submitted by GhoulsihCop
Easily replicate dozens of full-size or half skulls by using gallon plastic milk containers. It creates a great base from which to build a prop. Fill it with expanding foam, cover it with paper clay, use to make a "wall of skulls," or any number of other uses. From one resin skull you can now create an endless supply of your own.
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Scarecrow
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
Making a Full size decorative scarecrow for $15. easy 3 hour project.
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Making a mouse
Submitted by StiltbeastStudios
Making a mouse for an actor prop or as a set piece, they are very inexpensive and realistic.
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