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Okay, I've been reading threads, watching videos of assorted singing faces from all facets of Holidays, mainly Halloween and Christmas.

Halloween has singing Pumpkin faces and singing monster faces, but has anyone done a singing witch face? I don't seem to recall seeing or even hearing of one, I've seen static ones, but none like what Cracker has done with his pumpkin faces and David Moore with the monster quartet made out of coro.

So anyone know where I could find a Singing Witch Face, preferably wireframe that is premade, but I add the type lights I would want to use on it?

I could use this for an upcoming Yule event for a pagan group that's seen my Halloween light displays and some of the others on YouTube using those wireframe faces and wanting me to set up a lightshow for a Yule Event (their name for Christmas) using a Singing Witch Face (no warts on the nose please).

Told them I'd look and let them know, but so far I haven't been able to locate or find anything, so was wondering if there is a Singing Witch Wireframe out there that I just haven't found yet. And I wouldn't mind adding one to my Halloween display either if one is out there!

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I would suggest an inexpensive approach of getting a sheet of coro, projecting an image of a witch from a book, card, any other picture you may have of one laying around on it, tracing its outline, then attaching your choice of lights, and you are done!

Greg

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Greg Young wrote:

I would suggest an inexpensive approach of getting a sheet of coro, projecting an image of a witch from a book, card, any other picture you may have of one laying around on it, tracing its outline, then attaching your choice of lights, and you are done!

Greg


Who has a projector? Those things are expensive and I wouldn't use one enough to make it cost effective.

So even though that may be viable for some, it isn't for me. Just don't have the means to do it.

I have a person that is willing to create a wireframe one from a rough sketch and I will probably be going that route. Coro is nice, but I think wireframes are a lot sturdier and a lot more hardier than the Coroplast. But that would also depend on thickness and a few other things.
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Orville wrote:

Greg Young wrote:
I would suggest an inexpensive approach of getting a sheet of coro, projecting an image of a witch from a book, card, any other picture you may have of one laying around on it, tracing its outline, then attaching your choice of lights, and you are done!

Greg


Who has a projector? Those things are expensive and I wouldn't use one enough to make it cost effective.

So even though that may be viable for some, it isn't for me. Just don't have the means to do it.

I have a person that is willing to create a wireframe one from a rough sketch and I will probably be going that route. Coro is nice, but I think wireframes are a lot sturdier and a lot more hardier than the Coroplast. But that would also depend on thickness and a few other things.




Sorry - I should have specified an overhead projector. It cost me less than $40, but that was a few years ago...

I don't use coro - except for Halloween. I make all of my "creations" out of Lexan for my main (Christmas) display for strength. They last forever, but Lexan is not cheap.
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jerrymac wrote:

Check with Holiday Coro (holidaycoro.com) or Doug P at (wireframedlights.com)(for well made wire frame).


Darryl over at ChristmasLightShow.com has a singing witch:

http://halloweenlightshow.com/Coro-Characters-and-Signs/

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I also have a variety of Signing Coro items at holidaycoro.com, though we will not start production again until the first part of 2012. Our four singing monster faces also include 18 presequenced LOR songs!
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dmoore wrote:

jerrymac wrote:
Check with Holiday Coro (holidaycoro.com) or Doug P at (wireframedlights.com)(for well made wire frame).


Darryl over at ChristmasLightShow.com has a singing witch:

http://halloweenlightshow.com/Coro-Characters-and-Signs/

xctmptiVmN4.png

I also have a variety of Signing Coro items at holidaycoro.com, though we will not start production again until the first part of 2012. Our four singing monster faces also include 18 presequenced LOR songs!

Hey! How did Darryl get a picture of my Mother in Law?
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dmoore wrote:

jerrymac wrote:
Check with Holiday Coro (holidaycoro.com) or Doug P at (wireframedlights.com)(for well made wire frame).


Darryl over at ChristmasLightShow.com has a singing witch:

http://halloweenlightshow.com/Coro-Characters-and-Signs/

xctmptiVmN4.png

I also have a variety of Signing Coro items at holidaycoro.com, though we will not start production again until the first part of 2012. Our four singing monster faces also include 18 presequenced LOR songs!

We are running our annual pre-season sale now over at HolidayCoro.com - come on over and take a look!
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