Startling Werewolf PVC Pipe Halloween Prop

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Looking for an easy way to make your own large Halloween decorations? This Startling Werewolf PVC Pipe Halloween Prop is a simple way to make a big impression at your next party! For more scary decor see my Halloween page. 

Startling Werewolf PVC Pipe Halloween Prop
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Halloween is my all time favorite holiday! Each year I transform my home and yard with unique and spooky vignettes. My favorite items to decorate with are those scary life-size figure decorations.

To me they set the mood and are great focal points to work around in a room. They rev up the scare factor at a party. There is nothing like frightening your guests with a big creepy monster lingering in the corner.

This project is a simple way to make your own figure prop out of pvc pipe fitted into a flanges on a wood base.

The best part about this frame is it can be broken down for storage, perfect if you do not have a lot of space. Just add a mask, gloves and some creepy clothes and you will have yourself one big creeper to hang around your home for parties or for fun porch decor.

This guy is sure to scare the bejeezus out of trick-or-treaters Plus what a great photo for your next Halloween gathering?

How to Make PVC Pipe Halloween Prop

Supplies:

PVC Piping Used

  • 2 10 feet x 3/4 inch PVC Pipes
  • 2 3/4 inch 90 Degree Elbow’s
  • 2 3/4 inch 45 Degree Elbow’s
  • 5 3/4 inch Tee’s
  • 1 3/4 inch Cross
  • 2 floor flange’s 3/4 inch
  • 2 3/4 inch PVC Nipple’s for the Flange’s
  • Ratcheting PVC Pipe Cutter

Extra Supplies:

  • Styrofoam Wig Head
  • Acrylic Paint
  • Foam Pool Noodle
  • 8 Wood Screws
  • 1 2 x 2 Square Sheet of Wood
  • Drill and/or Screwdriver
  • A Nail or Screw
  • Zip Ties
  • Clothing, Shoes, Mask, and Gloves
  • Newspaper or Small Throw Pillows
  • Floral Wire

Instructions:

This figures approximate height and dimensions are around 6 feet 2-3 inches it could be larger when you add the mask. The pvc hip and leg dimensions fit a men’s size 34 x 34 pant. All dimensions can be altered for a smaller or larger figure.

PVC Body Frame Plans

Using a pvc ratchet, start by cutting the pvc pipe down to these dimensions:

  • Neck: 3 inches
  • Shoulder Blade, cut 2: 6.5 inches
  • Top Arm, cut 2: 13.25 inches
  • Bottom Arm, cut 2: 11 inches
  • Spine: 16 inches
  • Hips, cut 2: 5.5 inches
  • Top Leg, cut 2: 15.5 inches
  • Bottom Leg, cut 2: 24.5 inches
PVC Body Frame Plans

Assemble the PVC pipe Halloween prop as shown in the image. Start with the shoulders and work your way down.

HINT: You will notice an extra bar in the image below the hips. This bar is for added support to the figure. Remove the bar if you are adding pants to your figure. If you are using a dress leave the bar in place. 

I added a pin on either side of the tee holding the spine to the hips. Drill a small hole in the tee when pipe is inserted. (Not shown)

Drill all the way through the pipe and tee, then add a nail or screw. This will keep the figure from falling forward. You can also use PVC pipe adhesive to glue that joint so it is fixed or fused so it will not move.

Once your hips and legs are put together measure and mark the wood board to add the floor flanges. Add the pvc flange nipples into to the flanges and attach the rest of the pvc pipe figure.

I used a hammer to tap the pipes together so they will fit tightly and not come apart.

DIY PVC Dummy

To add bulk to the figure, cut sections of a foam pool noodle to fit the shoulders, arms and rib cage. Slit one side of the foam with a sharp knife and place over the pipe.

How to Dress a Halloween Prop

Stuff the arms and chest with newspaper, plastic bags or even small throw pillows. Attach the pillows by wrapping them with floral wire.

painted foam head for PVC prop

If you are using a mask, paint darkness and eyes on a foam head with acrylic paint.

Zip tie pants PVC prop

Cover the foam head with the mask and place on the top of the figure. Add pants, gloves or a dress. Secure them with zip ties or safety pins to the pipe.

Place shoes in front of the floor flanges. Pull pant legs over the top of shoes and that’s it! Display the figure in a creepy scene and he is all ready for Halloween!

I hope you have enjoyed seeing how I made a PVC pipe Halloween prop to decorate my home for Halloween. If you want more great Halloween Ideas see my friend Erlene’s spooky Tropical Halloween Skeleton Mermaid Ideas.

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Kim

This post is sponsored by Cost Plus World Market, one of my very favorite stores to shop in! I received compensation for this post, but all opinions are my own. 

Check out more of my spooky  Halloween projects!  

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1 Comments

  1. 10.19.16
    Emily said:

    This is seriously impressive, Kim!!