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This is a great thing to scare your friends and family with.  Baisically it is a spirit trying to escape from your wall.


~ 2x3- foot birch 1/2- inch plywood panel ( i used something bigger you could use whatever u          want but this measurement is just a suggestion because u could also put it into a book  case) 
~ Plastic Mask
~ Manicure plastic hand or manikin hand
~ Craft Glue (I used gorilla glue)
~ Celluclay paper- mache
~ Spreader (I used my fingers)
~ Sandpaper (It doesn't matter what grade it is)
~ Latex paint

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Step 1: Finding the items u need

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In order to find the mask that is easy go to Michaels crafts or a craft store or a costume shop. the manicure practice hand can be found at sally's beauty supply or a beauty supply store like that but if u would like to use a mainkin hand ( which is harder to find) ask around at a clothing store. The wood can be found at your local hardware store or lumber yard. The Celluclay can be found at a craft store i used the powdery block but i suggest the paper sheets it is easier because what i used was way to messy. and it wasn't as smooth. 

Step 2: Measurements

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If u are using a bookshelf, measure the bookshelf to make the plywood as the same size. 

But if u are using it free floating than whatever size u want is fine.

Step 3: Making it to hang up on the wall

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Put the picture frame hangers on the back of the plywood before you start ( i was stupid and did it last)

Step 4: Removing the back of the hand

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I found that trying to use a bread knife is dangerous so i melted it down on a hot pan then sanding down the rest with a power sander worked best.

Step 5: Placement

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Place the mask on the board about center then put the hand next to it a bit lower than the mask on an angle should work best. Face the palm out to make it look as if it is reaching out to you.
Hey, if you got this idea from, it would be nice to give credit.
Definitely seems that way at least...
tinker2343 years ago
wow could you use the wood hands that are possablie so it can look like he is trapped a lilltle more
nlynn13 years ago
thz 4 yr sharin xD
violetkitty (author) 4 years ago
i did get it from there and i kind of modified it but it is better the way they did it
Ase0esA4 years ago
so cool!
gbearpdm4 years ago
NIce Instructable...I believe one of the Nightmare on Elm Street movies had this effect in the movie.
jrpg04 years ago
This is from a movie, isn't it? what's the name of the movie? By the way, great instructable
troggo4 years ago
Been thinking along the same lines, but to use latex instead of the celluclay.
That way you could hve a mechanical movement of the hand and head or lips as well, maybe some glowies behind the eyes as well....
l8nite4 years ago
That turned out GREAT ! Ive never seen celluclay but then I haven't really been looking for a product like it but it seems to have a nice moldability, whats it like when it drys? is it hard like plaster or more like plastic? is it water resistent? How heavy is it when dry? Meaning is it heavier than it looks or lighter ?
violetkitty (author)  l8nite4 years ago
it is more like paper mache it dries very papery and light
NutandBolt4 years ago
Great ible realy creative looks great on the wall, though I dont know if Han Solo will be too enthusiastic ..Lol
violetkitty (author)  NutandBolt4 years ago
that would be a great idea but it may take forever to do
Puzzledd4 years ago
Very effective- cool idea!
manuferari4 years ago
Troels4 years ago
Iridium74 years ago
Did anyone else think that this would make a great Solo in carbonite? or is it just me?
That was the first thing that came to my mind when I saw it.
good call but i'd mold my own face if i was doing that
Very Very Cool!!
mncannon4 years ago
that's really cool! nice job.
mikeasaurus4 years ago
whoa, with some lighting that could be very cool for a haunted house.
yea i was thinking the same thing
nickodemus4 years ago
Nice effect! I might try this when I get some wall space, and keep it up all