Condo Blues: Make Pumpkins out of Trash!




Thursday, October 6, 2011

Make Pumpkins out of Trash!

When life gives Scott Stoll trash, he recycles it – into amazing Halloween pumpkin and monster decorations! Can you believe Scott makes all of these creative creations from paper mache?!


Photo courtesy of Stolloween 

 


Photo courtesy of Stolloween 


 Photo courtesy of Stolloween


I’m amazed at how Scott takes cast off newspaper, cardboard and cereal boxes from this...

 Photo courtesy of Stolloween 

..to this!



Scott doesn’t limit himself to paper mache pumpkins. He makes a slew of creepy creatures that go bump in the night. My favorite is his four-foot troll Boris the Bolter. Scott created Boris for a local celebration.


Anyone who complains that Halloween is a holiday that is nothing but cheesy cheap throwaway plastic gewgaws needs a dose of creativity and find the work of a creative genius like Scott!


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17 comments :

  1. I love this! I love Halloween, sculpting, and people using trash to make wonderful original creative stuff! Thanks so much for such a fun blog:)

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  2. Right up my haunted alley! Thanks for posting this!

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  3. Wow! They are FANTASTIC. I wouldn't have the nerve to light a tealight in a pm pumpkin though. xx

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  4. Andi - it looks like he uses battery operated tea lights in his pumpkins.

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  5. Awesome! I need to revisit using paper mache. The last time was in grade school.

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  6. OMG! These are great!! AMAZING!

    Hop'n by from 'Creative Bloggers Party & Hop'. I'm following your blog now, wont you please come and follow me back?? ~KM

    Krafty Max Originals

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  7. hey there - thanks for sharing this genious artist. All of those pumpkins are awesome.

    found you via the blog hop - would love for you to visit my blog when you have a chance.

    thanks
    tina
    embellishments by tina

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  8. I love these. It is completely amazing.

    Ruth

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  9. This is awesome..Love it..So much creativity lives here..Officially following ya with smiles..I would love for you to link/share to my Pinspiration thursdays linky party happening now pweease..(I see soo much I'm loving) TY. http://theartsygirlconnection.blogspot.com/2011/10/pininspirational-thursdayspin-it.html

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  10. Oh, I wish I was this talented. Something tells me my paper mache project would never look this good.

    Alida
    radcrafter.com

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  11. Sheesh...they're absolutely amazing! What an artist!

    So glad I saw your link-up at "What Allies' Making Now"!

    Jenn/Rook No. 17

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  12. Just letting you know that this post is the favorite of the week at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop and will be featured tomorrow :) Thanks for sharing this with us. Btw, how were you able to include the Digg It and other social media links? Please do share.

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  13. What a fun post! I can't believe how creative some people are! Thanks for sharing @ Show & Share! I am so happy you did!

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  14. Wow this is awesome! Thanks for linking up with us! Can't wait to see what you link up this week!

    Marie
    mylilpinkpocket.blogspot.com

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  15. Congrads! This was the most viewed link last week at the whatever goes wednesday party. I am linking to it today.

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  16. Saw you featured at Someday Crafts and was blown away by how amazing these are. Such tallent, I would love for you to share at my anything goes linky, and I also have a Fall ongoing linky. Come strut your stuff. The anything goes linky runs every fri-monday.
    http://bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/
    I do a lot of frugal earth friendly crafts too.

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