Independent Stampin Up! Demonstrator since 2007
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Thursday, October 6, 2016

Be still my happy, halloween-y haunted heart!!

Hey there!  I might have mentioned recently that I have had Halloween on the brain, so I made the cutest, tiniest little haunted house this morning!  Have you seen the new Stampin' Up! Home Sweet Home thinlets dies?!  OMGoodness!!! I am in love with these cute little things!  I had so much fun playing with them!  Take a look at my tiny, spooky, little haunted house:

Is that not the cutest thing?!!  It only stands about 3 3/4" tall!  It was so much fun to put together!  There is even a tiny little ghostie to greet you at the door!

View from the top!  Each row of shingles is cut and added separately.  I crunched them up a bit and added some grungy looking sponging to dirty things up a little.

Side view.  I added Vellum to the the windows and sponged them with Pumpkin Pie to give the inside an eerie glow!

This is the back side.  I added the window on crooked to give the appearance that the house might need a bit of repair!

Other side.  I made little shutters and sponged everything randomly for some booooo factor!

Door opens so I can add a little tea light candle (battery operated!) or tuck in a few little chocolate treats!  

I stamped a spider and his spider web, added a bat and set out a pumpkin because hey ghosts like to decorate for the holiday too! :)

This adorable thinlets die set will make all sorts of fun houses.  I am excited to try some other holiday ones next!

Here are the supplies I used to make this little haunted guy:

You definitely need to add this little cutie to your collection!  Feel free to click on over to my store and shop away!  

Hope that you are having a good day!  Mine is full of busy, so I am off to get some more things done!  I will be back soonest though with more to share!

1 comment:

Eva Bussom said...

Very cool hunted house! :)