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Simple and easy monster mud tutorial. A MUST for anyone who builds yard props for Halloween!

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MONSTER MUD A+ • "Most tutorials you will encounter tell you that you want 1 gallon of paint to a 5 gallon bucket of drywall compound.• Truth is, there is no magic formula, just mix some of each and start to play. If you want to be fighting to try to fit 6 gallons of stuff into a 5 gallon bucket, more power to you. • My own recipe is: 1 5 gallon bucket. 1 BOX of drywall compound. 1 gallon latex paint." UnOrthodOx -halloweenforum

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MONSTER MUD (This is used for making Halloween props, in case you wonder) Will be making some, without a doubt. :)

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I needed something quick and very cheap..the boxes are free...(I send a lot, so I order a lot) I had a styrofoam cooler that I cut up...lots of gorilla glue, then duck tape..my monster mud was way to thick so I used a putty knife like stucco (I like the way it cracked) painted it gray...dryer lint and green craft paint for moss and going to seal it with something like drylock to protect it for a year until I have time to make better ones!

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Second try at a wall breaker, Definitely use cheese cloth with the monster mud-it shows the details better. Used foam skull from Walmart (cut the jaw off to make it open), yard sale plastic rib cage, hands from Spirit Halloween, left over plastic bones. Haunted hallway, Soneda's Haunted Garage 2015.

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The Weeper: How many kids would dare approach a porch with this guy sitting there? Could be either an awesome prop or an amazing costume depending on how sadistic you're feeling toward the trick-or-treaters.

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diy haunted house props... how to make monster mud

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Monster mud covered sheet over frame - good inspiration here

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