Monday, October 11, 2010

Enter....if you dare.

This week at BBTB2, Susan picked the haunted house from the Happy Hauntings cartridge. This was a project and a half for me. I don't do well with tedious tasks, so it actually took me over 4 hours to make my haunted house. I do love how it turned out though. One word of advice if you are going to make your own house, glue the window panes in first. The book shows you gluing them in after you fold your pieces into the shapes. That would just be a hassle. Glue them in before you fold your shapes and the process will go much smoother.



9 comments:

**Treefrog** said...

Wow Karen, what can I say but Wow, this is amazing, I took the easy way out and did a layout (storage issues) but after seeing everything it is very tempting, lol!
((Hugs)) Theresa

Julia Moss said...

Karen, your house is freakin' amazing....You did a great job Girl!

Heather said...

This is just stunning, Karen! It's just perfect in every way. I also love how you displayed it.

Andrea Amu said...

AWE-some, Karen! I haven't attempted to make one of these yet, but now that I've seen yours, it makes me want to! What a cool decoration piece... and thanks for the tip about glueing in the windows first!

joeygirl86 said...

OMG Karen, your haunted house is amazing!!! I love how you added the tree too it makes it look more spooky! tfs!

Ali said...

Oh my! I LOVE that house! Not sure if I would have the patience for it but I REALLY love it! Great job, Karen!

HeatherC said...

Wow, good for you!!! I don't know if I would have the patience! Love this K!

Jennifer Richardson said...

Im so glad you told me about this project! I love yours even more than the other one! The little ghosts are oober cute. I have a cool MS spooky fence stamp (huge) that would be neat to use with it to I bet...hmmmn. You have been a creative lil booger! Love the blog

Niki Thibodaux said...

I tried and tried to do this myself