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Forum Novelties Halloween Horror Zombie Garden Gnome
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- Horror themed zombie garden gnome is sure to frighten all who pass
- Approximately 17-Inch tall
- Great for decorating indoors or out
- Ideal for Halloween celebrations, costume parties, haunted houses and more
- Made by Forum Novelties, a leader in costumes and novelty products for more than 30 years
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Includes (1) gnome prop that is 17" high.
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Give your neighbors a fright with this zombie garden gnome. Forum Novelties has been a leader in the Halloween industry, as well as the joke, trick, magic and novelty gift item business for more than 30 years. We carry over 8,000 items, including a variety of costume choices for every age, ranging from baby costumes to adult and plus-sizes. Look to Forum Novelties for all of your Halloween, luau, Christmas, Mardi Gras and St. Patrick's day supplies. From funny to frightening, Forum has it all.
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It is hollow and made of plastic. It will get blown over by a reasonable breeze. You may want to think about supporting it with some rocks, or slicing open the bottom, adding some sand or rocks, and hot glueing it closed. Should be able to withstand any breeze with that addition.
The paint job on mine does not match the picture in the description, or the picture taken by another reviewer. My colors were more dull and darker looking. The red in the beard doesn't show up quite so well, and the green coat looks more dark olive to me. It doesn't bother me though. I actually like how mine looks better than the description. I may dab some red paint in the eyes for a more demonic look. (pictures below)
The gnome has a seam where the two halves were molded together. There is some excess material that was painted over. It's not particularly noticeable if you are looking at it straight on. (pictures below)
There is a small hole in the top of the hat which has the potential for water to collect inside of it. I will probably give it a dab of hot glue to close it up. But again, it's not noticeable from the front. (pictures below)
The hands are attached separately with glue. A good hard bump could knock them off. But it seems like it can be easily glued back together.
It did not smell when it arrived. Mine has a production date sticker of January 2014, and I received it December 2014. The smell may have worn off in that time, but I smelled nothing upon arrival.
I don't know how well the paint will last if left in the sun for any period of time. My guess is the paint will fade over time. But it's a $10 plastic gnome. What did you expect? I will update this review if it fades prematurely.
I'm happy with it, and I expect it will last in my mothers front yard for a good year or two before replacing it.
The batteries that shipped with the gnome are almost dead and dim to a faint glow immediately.
This purchase was a gift for a friend and I know he'll like it, however I would not buy one for myself.