Tuesday, September 20, 2016

A Haunting we will go ---A Haunted House treat holder

The haunted house was fun to put together, but was somewhat time consuming, especially when making more than a dozen and filling them with treats.
I used the stamp sets "Sweet Home" and it's coordinating dies "Home Sweet Home Thinlets" as well as the "Spooky Fun" stamp set and "Halloween Fun Edgelits".





The Haunted House was die cut using Basic Black cardstock, with Pumpkin Pie trim.  A pumpkin pie brad became the door know.

Gold laser paper covered both windows from the inside, giving them an eerie look.

The roof was shingled with Smoky Slate cardstock and then covered with moss using tombo because my son said the house didn't look spooky enough. Not all the houses were given that treatment.

On a piece of Whisper White card stock, images of the flying witch, the ghost and the bat were stamped with Black Memento ink, and after they were die cut they were attached to various parts of the house.  I think in the 12 houses that I made, no two are exactly the same.

The pumpkins were stamped onto Pumpkin Pie cardstock, and after die cut were adhered to the side of the house that did not have a window.

A pumpkin Pie ribbon was tied around the haunted house to keep the door closed as it was filled with candy.

Supplies Used:
Stamps: Sweet Home, Spooky Fun
Inks: Black Memento
Papers: Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie, Smoky Slate, Whisper White, Gold laser (non SU)
Accessories: Home Sweet Home Thinlet die, Halloween Scenes Edgelits dies, Brights brads (pumpkin pie), moss

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