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2009 Props

Here is a complete listing of all my projects built in 2009. Have fun and be safe!

 

All these projects are posted as-is so you can adapt and change things to fit your own personal requirements. Some of these projects require the use of power tools so please read and understand the use of each before attempting to follow along. Please keep safety in mind and use common sense during construction.
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It usually starts with a sketch. Just something to get the idea down before I forget and fuss with myself for not getting the idea down.

This works for me because I keep a pen/pencil with me just about every day. I don't always have some paper, so a napkin has been used on more than one occasion.

Read more: A Tombstone

Halloween

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Another project I wanted to add to this year's display was a talking skull. I was lucky enough to do a trade with a fellow haunter for a Talking Thru Boris skull.

These guys aren't very easy to find so when it was offered up, I jumped at the chance.

Read more: Boris Hack

Halloween

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One of the new projects for this year was to add some more detail to my shipwreck. I decided that it needed an anchor so here is my paper mache project.

It's made from recycled cardboard, newspaper, duct tape and mache glue.

Read more: Anchor

Halloween

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Last year I wanted to make a ship's wheel for my display. It was a fairly simple build; 1 - wooden wagon wheel, a few short table legs and some scraps of wood.

Here is the ship's wheel from last year.

This year I was determined to animate it so I had at least 1 moving prop for my display.

Read more: Animated Ship's Wheel

Halloween

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