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Worked great! My only tip was troubleshooting how to best get them out. I did a light run of hot water and then squeezed them out, a few at a time, with my kid holding a bowl.
I found an even simpler way of getting a similar end result. Hit the dollar store for some cardboard skeletons and spooky characters. I had some blank newsprint type paper on hand. I had perfect small, square windows where I fit the skeletons cut to size and backed them with the newsprint. Spooky during the day and at night. Photos from inside the house and outside at night (upper right window).
Spooky Window Silhouettes With Follow-Me Eyes
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I made it, but no photo. Piece of cake!
DIY Chicken Wire Ghosts
Awesome halloween corpse for less than 3 bucks
I followed the instructions here but found out that the garbage bag I had was too small (where do you get a human sized bag?). After making a "child" sized corpse with paper, it didn't look convincing. I removed the paper and instead bundled up a large Elmo stuffy, which ensured a body shape. To enhance it, I placed the corpse in a spider web!
I followed a different set of directions which used the same basic ideas of chicken wire. I found the wire very difficult to mold, though I was able to get it to form to a basketball as the head. I even hang it from a tree with fishing line, until it snapped. I tried some glow paint which didn't work at all, so resorted to draping cheesecloth over it and staking it in the ground.
I don't have any progress photos and only thought to post this as an after thought. I plan to document future projects accordingly.
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