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  1. Prop How-To's
    Was watching a Harry Potter movie and loved the 'floating candles' in their cafeteria! How to do that??? The candle tubes are made from fluorescent light protective covers (Home Depot or Lowes), less than $2 each - I'm trying the large ones (~1.5") and the small ones (~1 1/8"). Cut them to...
  2. Prop How-To's
    Instead of going and spending a lot of money on candle holders, something you could use instead is a wine bottle or beer bottle. Put the candle inside the lid once the bottle is empty, and then you can lite it and let it drip over the bottle to create an eerie effect. I like to use darker...
  3. Showroom
    This is my first Halloween prop. I was inspired to make this guy after seeing Pumpkinrot's Pumpkin Sentinels. Paper mache for the head and body; creepy fabric; a TP tube, hot glue, and flickering tealight for the candle.
  4. Showroom
    PVC Candles my son and I made at the Colorado Haunters Make N Take
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