Haunted Houses

Haunted Houses

By PaperedChef, October 23, 2016

Haunted House
Haunted House

Ingredients:

Big Shot or other die cutting machine
Stampin’ Up Home Sweet Home thinlits dies
Stampin’ Up Sweet Home stamp set
Martha Stewart – Spider Web border punch
Bike Safety Lights – red and white
Shiny card stock
Velum
Tacky Tape
Tacky Glue
Glue Dots

Recipe:

Create your sandwich in this order from the bottom up” magnetic platform, bottom plate, cardstock, thinlit face down and finally, the top plate. It’s important that your paper is cut pattern side up so that when you place the door thinlit into the paper, it will open correctly. This procedure took a lot of trial and error. Only cut one piece of paper at a time when using a scoring die. Otherwise, you will cut though one of your papers. After cutting out all of the parts and stamping the Trick or Treat, etc., you can decorate your house. Use tacky glue for the window and door frames and tacky tape for holding the house together. This is important because if you try to use glue to hold the house together, it will fall apart several times during assembly. You can use shingles, punched our spider webs or a spider web doily for the roof. Before shutting the house, adhere the velum to the inside of each window and attach the light with permanent glue dots. The light can be turned on and off by reaching through the front door of the house.  Haunted Houses

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2 Comments

  1. Hattie says:

    Awesomeness!! Thanks for sharing the directions.

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