Okay, maybe it’s not so spooky, ooky.
It’s more cute and adorable.
Recently I participated in a House Swap over on the Cricut Circle message board.
Why buy one house for the swap, when you can buy three just in case you need a back up?
Please tell me I’m not the only one who does that.
Anyway, Hartly quickly claimed one of those extra houses and decided that it was time to decorate it.
It seems she liked DCWV’s new Halloween stacks from Joann’s as much as I did since she chose to use the Eek-a-Boo Stack for her house.
Hartly’s spooky, ooky haunted house~
I used black corrugate sheets from the Fall & Halloween Corrugate Stack to give the roof a bit of texture and character.
What’s a spooky, ooky haunted house without a ghost hanging about?
And can we talk about DCWV now having sequins? Swoon!
The pack includes black, orange, and gold sequins, but it also has gold stars and spiders. Woo hoo!
The spiders made perfect little touches for my windows.
I kept the decorations rather simple, since I knew this house would be in the hands of a four year old.
Currently Cinderella is living in it with Prince Charming.
I think that means she likes it. He he.
A behind the scenes making of Hartly’s spooky, ooky haunted house~
DCWV Eek-a-Boo Stack, 6×6 Eek-a-Boo Stack, Fall & Halloween Corrugate Stack, Fall & Halloween Sequins, DCWV Gems
Paper Mache House, Black Coal Ink, Adirondack Pitch Black Dabber, Paper Studio Flowers, Papertrey Ink Home Made Stamps
Brother Scan & Cut