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DIY Creepy doll for our Halloween entry.     I altered dolls I had from my childhood.   Took off their clothes, used a white spray paint to coat the bodies and hair a little.  Then used acrylics to add details back to the faces and bodies.  Finish it off with a Matt fixative or any clear coat to help the paint last.  This one is just the head hanging from a rope on our walkway.

DIY Creepy doll for our Halloween entry. I altered dolls I had from my childhood. Took off their clothes, used a white spray paint to coat the bodies and hair a little. Then used acrylics to add details back to the faces and bodies. Finish it off with a Matt fixative or any clear coat to help the paint last. This one is just the head hanging from a rope on our walkway.

I love to make the kiddies sweat for their candy! Here's a detail of my front door... I used the font of information that is pinterest and used two of my Halloween repins from http://www.halloweenforum.com/halloween-props/111674-dollar-store-touch-up.html and dave lowe for the redo of the cheap styro skull and and to create the foam core lantern. I have a peephole so I can see out, and my creepy hand will come out with the treats from that furry/fuzzy wreath at the bottom right.

I love to make the kiddies sweat for their candy! Here's a detail of my front door... I used the font of information that is pinterest and used two of my Halloween repins from http://www.halloweenforum.com/halloween-props/111674-dollar-store-touch-up.html and dave lowe for the redo of the cheap styro skull and and to create the foam core lantern. I have a peephole so I can see out, and my creepy hand will come out with the treats from that furry/fuzzy wreath at the bottom right.

Creepy twig cages...for any little creepy creature. This could be cool with a shrunken head or skull inside....maybe even a creepy doll.

Creepy twig cages...for any little creepy creature. This could be cool with a shrunken head or skull inside....maybe even a creepy doll.

DIY Creepy dolls for our Halloween entry.     I altered dolls I had from my childhood.   Took off their clothes, used a white spray paint to coat the bodies and hair a little.  Then used acrylics to add details back to the faces and bodies.  Finish it off with a Matt fixative or any clear coat to help the paint last.  This specific picture is after the white but before the acrylic details.  They look scary even just like this!

DIY Creepy dolls for our Halloween entry. I altered dolls I had from my childhood. Took off their clothes, used a white spray paint to coat the bodies and hair a little. Then used acrylics to add details back to the faces and bodies. Finish it off with a Matt fixative or any clear coat to help the paint last. This specific picture is after the white but before the acrylic details. They look scary even just like this!

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