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Monday, October 31, 2011

Happy Halloween!

Welcome to my  Haunted House!
Come visit it if you dare!    MWahhh ha ha!

Simon Says Stamp and Show  challenge is to show a house. I knew I had to throw together a quick haunted house today before Halloween had passed!

The house is made from Authentique pattern paper. I used tissue tape to hold together the seams and the roof on the house. Let's just say if the wolf came a knocking my little piglet wouldn't be safe. hee hee...

Then I stampe the tree and tombstones and cut them out.  (Hindsight I probably would have done my tree on acetate.)  The bat is cut out from black cardstock and covered in tissue tape.  The letters are from Stampendous clear set.

**** Edited to add the house with acetate tree****



The ghost is a cheerio inside of tissue paper.  (I was eating my honey nut cheerios this morning and thought it would work out!)

I added some fake spiderwebs from decorations around the house. I won't ever use this again... it is soo sticky and kept getting stuck on everything. :)

I hope you have a wonderful spooky fun filled day! We are going trick or treating later. I can't wait to see all the fun Halloween costumes. My youngest is a dead prom queen and her costume looks great! She is happy about it!  (A little glimmer mist, distressing, ribbon and stickers from mom!)

Have a spooktacular day!

Suzz

20 comments:

  1. fab Suzz - love those grave stones. happy Hallowe'en!

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  2. This is so cool! Well done!!

    Love from The Netherlands,
    Leintje*

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  3. lol, what do you mean a quick haunted house!!! This looks fabulous.
    Dot x

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  4. Happy Halloween, I have just been Trick n Treating. Your spooky house is absolutely fabulous, I love the ghost, bat and skeleton and both your trees are perfect. The grave stones are a wonderful spooky touch, a quick make, I wish LOL. Thanks so much for joining in the Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge. Tracy x

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  5. Oh, great minds think alike - did the same thing today (made a haunted house for the challenges!). I love yours - the hessian base is inspired and I love the way you have it wrapped around the base of the tree.

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  6. Brilliant! Love the papers you've used and the cobwebs on the tree look super! Great work.

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  7. How fun is that! Can't believe you whipped that together so quick! Love the haunted scene you created!

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  8. OOOOOO.....such a scary house!!! haha I really like it! So cute and I can't believe you made it "quick". Really cute design! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge. <3 Candy

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  9. That is so cool!!! Right down to the Acetate tree!! Hey I had cheerios for breakfast also!!!

    Hugs, Linda

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  10. such a spooky scene Suzz. Very cleverly done

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  11. Absolutely fantastic creation. I am going to love visiting your blog. Suzanne

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  12. OMG!!! This is fantastic ... Love it!!

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  13. Leave it to you to just whip something up that is totally amazing! I love this!!

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  14. What a fantastic use of Tissue Tape!! I love the cobwebbed tree and other details you have on here. This is really cute!! : )

    Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp & Show Challenge!!!

    -Sarah

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  15. very scary and equally wonderful work ;0)

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  16. This is brilliant Sue. Love the ghostie and the rather annoyed looking owl, lol!

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  17. Love love LOVE your house! The banner is my favorite part with that cute little owl be a close runner up. The tree is fantastic, too!

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  18. Oh wow, that is a cute halloween haunted house, I love that little ghost, too cute!!!! : )

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  19. Wow, this is so cool! Love your house and all the details. The acetate tree with the spider web looks fabulous, so does the cute ghost. TFS!

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