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    #1
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    Hey guys prop blood on the cheap, a great recipe for blood for sets and costumes on my youtube channel.

    subscribe if you like it!
     

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    WEEEE! I have anxiously been awaiting this since the pelts tutorial. Which by the way is right up my alley because of how easy and cheaply it was made.
     

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    Great timing. We were researching blood formulas yesterday. Thanks for the post.
     

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    Allen, what's the link to your YouTube channel?
    Joshua
    www.hauntedprints.com
    info?hauntedprints.com

     

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    Could same method be used with clear shellac? Then it'd more permanent to be used on costumes and outdoors! -Tyler
     

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    Joshua- here is the link
    http://www.youtube.com/user/Stiltbea...s?feature=mhee

    Tyler- the clear shellac doesent take the tint very well, its an oil and water thing. And If I gave a recipe that completely replaced perma blood I wouldnt feel good about it, this way Kip still gets sales and I help stretch haunters dollars, that is a win win. Im not out to destroy anyones income, I dont think Kip is raping people- like silicone Im sure the base material is expensive and he just has to pass the cost along.
    Allen H
     

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    "perhaps I need more hobbies but that is exciting to me" lol Don't feel bad, I find it exciting too. The idea of the clear glue base alone is pretty exciting, but the gallon size is the cherry on top! And all the other things like snot, pus, etc you can use that clear glue to concoct!
    We need help! lol

    Louis Brown
    Owner, operator, and dish washer
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    DarkWood Manor
     

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    I use acrylic gloss medium as a base for my blood.
    Kevin
    Sleepy Hollow Productions, LLC / Folklore Haunted House
     

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    This is really great Allen! You are definitely one of the most innovative and generous haunters out there.
     

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    Mindwerx-
    I tried that, i didnt like how much the color changed as it dried, and the $40 a gallon price tag before you add in the cost of tint. I also tried modge podge- same issues. Try the clear glue and see what you think, a gallon will set you back $10.
     

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