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My 2010 Garage Haunt
it was 12x16 ft using 4x7-ft panels (7 ft to fit under the garage door). Walkways were 4 ft wide. doorways which doubled as cross-supports for some of the walls. The doorways also made each area more like a room and made the haunt seem much bigger than it really was. The snake room and mummy room both had large openings in one wall to allow the scene to be "extended" into an adjacent area where I could position an actor or prop.
49 Easy Halloween Decorations to Make Right Now
These creepy mummy-head statues are perfect for a haunted house or scary party. To make them, decoupage head forms with strips of white muslin (a great use for old sheets) and then scuff them up by rolling them around in the yard. Hot-glue the heads to wood posts and add bits of raffia.
Dollar Store Hands and Feet: Brush it all over with a foam brush covered in Black Craft Paint. Let it dry. Put gauze in watered down brown craft paint and let it dry. Tear pieces of the gauze. Lay torn pieces of the gauze on the feet and hands. Brush it with another foam brush dipped in watered down elmers glue. When all is dry brush a little red & brown on it to make it look more real. Finish by putting a clear sealer on them