How to Haunt Your House, Book One

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Rabbit Hole Productions, Mar 31, 2009 - Architecture
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If you are looking to raise the coffin lid a little higher this Halloween, try out some of these spooky projects and tips. From simple to advanced there is something here to make your next Halloween party or home haunt even spookier. Halloween is for grown-ups too-- the projects in this book are not intended for children, but for the creative, adults who want to handcraft their own Halloween home haunt and graveyard fun.

 

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Contents

Book Reviews Copyright Deadication Chapter 1 Basic Tools Materials Chapter 2Making Your own Faux Moss
Chapter 3How to Make Monster
Chapter 4Styrofoam Techniques
Chapter 5Low Relief Style Tombstone Chapter 6Stone Cross Style Tombstone Chapter 7High Relief Style Tombstone Chapter 8How to Make it Glow
Chapter 9Marbleizing Props Chapter 10Pulling Spiders
Chapter 11Quick Dirty Sand Casting Chapter 12Hot Glue Poseable Hands
Chapter 13Dripping Candles
Chapter 14Peppers Ghost Using a
Chapter 15Peppers Ghost Using a Prop Chapter 16Peppers Ghost Using Printed Image
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About the author (2009)

Both artist and author, Lynne met her husband, Shawn, on a high school journalism trip that included a stop at Disney World and The Haunted Mansion. Their spooky inspiration down memory lane has led them to create their own home haunt called, The Mitchell Cemetery. They were one of six families selected for ABC's The Great Halloween Fright Fight which aired in 2014. They have been featured on FeatNet's online series, Route 666, America's Scariest Haunted Houses, and the HGTV Halloween Special, Halloween Tricked Out, which aired in 2012. It aired again on the Travel Channel in 2013. The Mitchells' have turned their love of Halloween into a home haunter how-to book series called, How to Haunt Your House.

Lynne and Shawn have been married 24 years and live in Pensacola, Florida with their three adopted children, dog, Zoe, and cat, Boo.

To see more of Shawn and Lynne's work, visit their portfolio website: www.rabbitholeproductions.com. To visit their Halloween website: www.howtohauntyourhouse.com.

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