Melanie Brown
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I have had a lot of questions about my "Grim" prop that I built for 2008. I plan to put a full blown tutorial on my website sometime, but f...

DIY Tutorials on how to make large Halloween props for your home haunts, DIY Halloween Props, resource website for the serious haunter, big Halloween decor.

Facehuggers are an easy and utterly scary prop to make to add to your Halloween decorations. This one is made in a few hours with less than $10 of material. I use liquid latex to give mine a waterproof and rubbery texture. You could also choose to cover the armature with paper mache.What you'll need:Cardboard: try to find some double thickness (heavy duty) cardboard if you can. It makes the body of the facehugger much more sturdy.Masking tape: 1" and 3" wide (though you ...

Facehuggers are an easy and utterly scary prop to make to add to your Halloween decorations. This one is made in a few hours with less than $10 of material. I use liquid latex to give mine a waterproof and rubbery texture. You could also choose to cover the armature with paper mache.What you'll need:Cardboard: try to find some double thickness (heavy duty) cardboard if you can. It makes the body of the facehugger much more sturdy.Masking tape: 1" and 3" wide (though you ...