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This is a prop built for my daughters haunted house at her school. We used styrofoam to create the mausoleum.
Materials:2 x 8 Blue Styrofoam for side pillars4 x 8 Styrofoam for CapstoneSpraypaint Latex PaintBlack Acrylic Craft PaintWaterFoam AdhesiveSandpaperDecorative MouldingTools:SawDremel Tool with Router AttachmentPaintbrushesHot Wire Foam Cutter
I cut the blue foam into two pieces measuring 6 feet by 1 feet wide each. i cut another piece out of white styrofoam to make a triangular ...
Using the Dremel tool with router attachment, we made a channel along the edges of the styrofoam pieces. I also cut out two alcoves and backed them with ...
Each piece was sprayed with spray paint. The spray paint melts the styrofoam and creates texture. I used the hot wire foam cutter to make the crack in ...
I painted the pieces with offwhite latex paint. While it was still wet i painted the routed channels with the black craft paint. The black paint was watered ...
Here is the final mausoleum with battery operated lights in the niches. We added spanish moss to the mausoleum later. We also added the foamcore gate that we ...
After the carnival we added it to our front porch decorations.
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