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milyfaz

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About milyfaz

  • Birthday 10/28/1973

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    west newton, pa
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    i decorate for every holiday from halloween till the 4th of july. i spend all summer going to yard sales and flee markets looking for blow molds. i have about 100 now. my boyfriend and kids now know every manufactor of blow molds, i may have gone too far, lol
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    holiday decorating
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    school bus driver.
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    i use blowmolds and lot's of lights.

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  1. There are several ways to secure molds. The easiest, if they have large enoigh holes in the bottom use bricks or bags of sand. On a side not i once broke my little toe when a brick fell out of virgin mary. If they have no holes or caps on the bottom (like some of the fetherstone ones) pour sand directly in them. But do not pour sand in hard plastic (injection) molds. I lost most of my toy soldiers that way. As far as staking molds, for smaller ones i used old tent posts and i also liked to use metal broom handles. Now gathering old broom sticks wont help you now and might require a bit of garbage picking. Just break off the bottom and you can hammer them in even when it's frozen. I never used rebar because once they are frozen theyre very hard to get out (at least with my weak girly arms) and it made me uncomfortable having them in the yard with the kids and dogd.
  2. They are hard to come by. $250 is a fair price for them.
  3. He is about 8" in height and made of hard plastic. He is unmarked, anyone know who made him?
  4. Holy cow ( pun intended) that's a good donation.
  5. Sorry, i never get this right
  6. For sale 13 piece blow mold nativity set. The shepard, sheep and holy family are empire. The wisemen and animals are beco. The angel is santa's best. The star is not marked. I'm asking $200.00 with local pickup. I live in sw pennsylvania. Most of the pieces have original working light fixtures. Pm mi if interesred. I can also send more pics.
  7. Love that mold! He's my favorite snow man.
  8. I would not worry, i would be surprised if she got the prices she is asking. I collect, buy and sell, some people get the idea molds are made of gold.
  9. The ghost and pumpkin man are both pretty interesting. I'd probbably pay 20 a piece. mind you i'd hate myself for it. If you collect molds you'llfind Pumpkins all the time and one looks like it has a bad paint job.
  10. Today i spotted the featherstone mold with the row of pumpkins with hallowen written across it. Only it was much smaller than the other ones i have seen. I didn't realize it was made in multiple sizes. Sorry no pic, i was driving my school bus
  11. Today i spotted the featherstone mold with the row of pumpkins with hallowen written across it. Only it was much smaller than the other ones i have seen. I didn't realize it was made in multiple sizes. Sorry no pic, i was driving my school bus
  12. Finding any mold in a garbage is feat. But finding those is a find of a lifetime.
  13. A garbage pick blow mold is the best!
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