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1  Our Halloween house (pic heavy) in Halloween Decor and Parties by Badgerette on: October 16, 2007 02:19:23 PM
I wasn't sure where to put this - it's my first project post.

At any rate, here is our Halloween house this year. It's not completely accessorized, that will happen right before Halloween. Normally, it's a cheery yellow craftsman cottage, but for the rest of October, it's a den of darkness! The siding & windows are indoor party decoration, attached to the house with a frame made of lath.  The normally bright archway is draped in black fabric, & the ghoul is made of DH's graduation gown, a PVC hamper frame, mask, brick & spray foam / wire claws. He's been around for a few years, but he's still creepy.

Mostly, these are purchased items, but using it outside the house is different. Anyway, we've done this for a couple of years and it makes a good scary house!



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