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  1. A Halloween piece that we won't see many of, the General Foam Christmas Gnome repainted by Sidestreet Gallery in Portland, OR a few years ago. I was going to try setting up a Snow White and the 7 dwarfs Halloween display with them a few years ago but did not get around to doing it. The General Foam Christmas Gnome was an exclusive for Sidestreet Gallery in 2012 and those were the only ones ever made by GenFoam, a one year production. They were made from the Empire Christmas Gnome mold. I usually don't go for blow mold repaints but could not resist these due to my love for the Halloween blo
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  2. Hi Donna, Yes they do light up.
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  3. Hi Mel, I must admit this blow mold looks better as a Halloween item than Christmas. The face is just too freaky for me, although the paint job by Gen Foam does soften the face so it doesn't look so sinister..lol. Do the Halloween painted gnomes light up? Donna
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  4. Hi all Not sure if everyone saw on Facebook, but the new Christmas molds for Lowe’s had popped up on their site. To keep track, Nick even started a page on Blow-Molded designated to new molds for this year. Here’s the link take a look and well, start saving. https://blow-molded.com/new-releases
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  5. Hey all If you’re not on Facebook or have not seen or heard, but I have a small business and am happy to announce an exclusive blow mold snowman never seen before and will NOT be seen in retailers. If this does well then you can bet there will be tons of designs to come. The snowman will be $65.49 and available only through pre order on our website in a couple weeks. He stands 34x15x15. And will be made in China. If you have questions ask away. Like the business page to keep up to date as well Facebook.com/Richardsholidayshop
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  6. Just wanted to update that the ordering is now Open!!!
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  7. I looked at a section of light rope I had hanging in my backyard attempting to straighten it after removing it from a wireframe. There are two heavy bare wires running the length of the rope at opposite sides. The LEDs run between the two larger wires but it isn't easy to determine if they are in series or individually attached to the two larger wires. Generally if the string is in one or more series then cutting it at some point will extinguish all of the LEDs in that portion making up a series circuit of the string on both sides of the cut. On most regular light strings 25 LEDs make up a
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  8. Not sure if its been said yet, I have found that if you light up the mold when you paint it you can do a much better job. You should try to spray as much as possible, it usually looks like crap if you use a brush.
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  9. Great! My fiancée and I are planning on having them as part of the decorations for our wedding reception in December. We are very excited. - Dylan
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  10. After much consideration, I've come to the conclusion the PlanetChristmas forums will be around as long as I am. I ventured over into the world of Facebook. Good gosh... what a black hole of time. It's so easy get get distracted. I found the never-ending ads especially irritating. Sometimes the latest is not the greatest. Maybe the new Planet Christmas tag line should be: "Say hello to the gold old days!"
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