scary leafman in ur garden hauntin ur peeps.

This creation took about 3 nights to create the body and half an hour to make the head. You'll need some chicken-wire, a heavy duty cutter, leather gloves, spray adhesive and an ample supply of leaves. For the head you'll need two solar powered garden lamps, some fishing line to hang it and of course - a pumpkin!

Step 1: the body

The body is made out of about 1/2 a roll of chicken-wire, cut up with heavy duty wire cutters.

Word of warning - use gloves when working with chickenwire.

When your body is finished, stuff it with leaves.

Then coat the outer part with either contact cement or spray on adhesive.

Pad down with leaves, and then in the areas where the chickenwire shows through, simply stuff the wire holes with more leaves.
What if you put large amounts of cotton soaked in some flammable liquid like kerosene and covered the whole skeleton with it. You can guess what happens next... Just in case you cant, I would light it on fire, but on something non-flammable and nothing dry nearby or above (for safety reasons).
This Instructable is pretty funny, I would like to do it and just have it in like the middle of the street. Well, not on my street, people would know it is me because I do <em><strong>a lot</strong></em> of street pranks. Maybe down the street, I'll make one choking another one, and they'll be in the street and people would be so confused! Mwuahaha. Great Instructable, +1 rating.<br/>(added to favorites)<br/>
Oh!!! That is super and so imaginative too! If only I had leaves...
We don't really have a fall in Hawaii :-( At least there's no leaves to clean up lol
Sweet! Makes me wish I had trees.
In the yellow box u said "'you'll need a branch to hand the fishing line from" Did you mean "hang". anyways, great halloween idea!
soo cool!!
Wow, great use of leaves! I "+" to you!
will would look cool if you set fire to it
heck yea it would but it would prob. burn for only 30 sec.
I love it! It reminds me of a scary ghostie creature from Scoobie Doo!
A simple concept, yet brilliantly original.<br/><br/>Well worth a <strong>+</strong>.<br/>
Pretty creative. I have never seen anything like this. Nice job!

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