Monday, February 6, 2012

Faces on trees

Well hello to anyone who is reading.  Sorry I have not been blogging lately.  Finding the Halloween spririt in January is proving harder than I thought.  But I am enjoying watching all my fellow bloggers build props - it's pretty cool.  The other day however, I hung a tree face in the garden.


  It was a present from Lord M and as I was hanging it, I thought I wonder if anyone makes a spooky tree face.  So I did a little internet research and this is what I found.  Lots of spooky tree faces - some cheap some pricey, and some even talk.  Plus, there is a great tutorial at www.stolloween.com/?page_id=74 on making your own tree face out of paper mache. Hmm - I wonder if I put my mind to it, what kind of tree face I could make?

This guy talks.  He's available at Sears for $29.99
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/search_10153_12605?keyword=talking+tree+face+halloween

Poison oak is a Toscano product for $19.95
 http://search3.designtoscano.com/?D=poison+oak&N=0&Dk=0&Ntt=poison+oak
 
This one is available through Amazon for only 2.85 - such a deal.
 http://www.amazon.com/Screaming-Tree-Face-Halloween-Decoration/dp/B00589VOEO
 
available from Gardenfun.com for 19.95
http://www.gardenfun.com/nsearch.html?query=angry+tree+face

6 comments:

  1. Cute! I love all of the tree faces.

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    1. Next time you come home, all the trees will have faces.

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  2. I don't, but that is really nice.

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    1. You could probably make an awesome tree face Mark.

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  3. Very cool.....been meaning to make one in my yard for years....when I get the time :) Thanks for the inspiration.

    Cheers!

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    1. I just watched your abbey video and your trees turn such beautiful fall colors, as if on cue. Mine, however, just remain really boring pine trees (so they need faces)!

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