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11-03-2019 12:41 PM
JOAT
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Originally Posted by kp91 View Post
cheap lollipops are not acceptable
On the contrary. That is what I take along on dentist appointments.
11-03-2019 09:39 AM
OutoftheWoodwork
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Originally Posted by DesertRatTom View Post
Those are very cool. Got to be careful how authentic you make it or you'll scare all the little kids away and be stuck with lots of candy.
... And that would be bad how??? JS *rofl* I didn't get to collect my candy tax from the grandson this year; "He wasn't 'feeling it'" I was told... no candy for Nana this year. (And in my defense, I've always walked with him; it was my payment
11-03-2019 09:30 AM
OutoftheWoodwork Wow, Awesome job, Doug! That would be awesome to build! One of these years I'm gonna get to the Halloween patterns I have. That would make an amazing prop!!!
10-28-2019 09:38 PM
CharleyL You should have put a mannequin in the casket, in a black suit, but I'll bet if you had you wouldn't have had many candy takers.

Charley
10-28-2019 02:25 PM
marecat3 nicely done.
10-28-2019 01:04 AM
RainMan 2.0 Wow that’s really impressive, that vehicle suits it well . I have to say I’ve never seen that done before lol
10-28-2019 12:31 AM
David Bradford Nice job on that.
10-27-2019 10:43 PM
kp91 The Landau Bars were cut out of MDF and just double stick taped on the windows. My first iteration was cut out of green foam on the scroll saw, but they were too small for the window size. I ran this set off on the CNC scaling the pattern up considerably. They had a little trouble staying on because of the curvature of the glass, so I had to add extra tape under the upper end. The paint had barely dried when I got them mounted.

I think the effect worked just fine, it definitely looked like a hearse. A step stool was needed for the littlest ones to reach inside for the candy, but it was all good.

Even though there were no surprises, nobody was convinced that something bad wasn't going to happen when they reached into the casket.

The funniest thing is the evening ended so late that there was no time to take the casket out of the car. My wife has to take the car (with casket) to work tomorrow... hopefully nobody stumbles upon it in the parking lot.
10-27-2019 06:30 PM
RainMan 2.0 Reese’s cups are to die for at Halloween. Last year they were so incredibly fresh . Problem is after I try a few,theirs no stopping lol
10-27-2019 12:54 PM
kp91
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Originally Posted by DesertRatTom View Post
Those are very cool. Got to be careful how authentic you make it or you'll scare all the little kids away and be stuck with lots of candy.
It is kid sized......

Standing order for Halloween is to never buy candy you don't mind getting stuck with.

Peanut M&Ms, Reese's cups, and almond joys are OK, taffy, smarties, and cheap lollipops are not acceptable
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