Sunday, August 6, 2017

Revisiting Halloweens Past

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11 comments:

  1. Very cool houses! I hope you got some ideas to help make some more for this year's exhibition!

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  2. I had not seen quite a few of these, so thanks so much for sharing so much inspiration! I do love the Clockhouse but the one you chose as your favourite is pretty amazing too! Anne x

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  3. I remember these houses. So fun to see them again! I can't pick a favorite but I do love the book, the clock house and the one with the rusted tin roof and the witch in the window.

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  4. What a great collection of houses you have created over the years!

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  5. So fascinating to see the evolution of your haunted houses... and it's also great to go back and remind oneself of fantastic elements, tools and techniques (that fence punch - yes! the gilded roof - amazing!) that get lost in time and craft room overload!
    Alison x

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  6. Hello Lucy! I found you through the putz forums I lOVE all yor halloween houses! I was wondering if you could share the pattern for the house with copper roof/ jennifers house? or is it a die somewhere? thanks so much!!

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  7. Katherine, thank you for asking about these 2 houses. I don't have a die for this house, but it turns out that you don't need one. It just so happens that this is an incredible easy house to make in terms of the basic structure. I will work on a post to explain it but it will take a few days. I have a few projects I'm working on now.

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  8. Thanks for the quick reply! Thank you so much :)

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  9. Hello Lucy,
    Love the houses, especially the detail in the roofs. I work mainly with cardstock and your blog has given me quite a few ideas to spruce up my houses. Latest project used Jennifer's house as inspiration for a Cricut die cutter project. Completed house can be seen at https://www.amazon.com/photos/share/KrxnzLryuDA7a6Eo58kzKOUwjiaifEvQsEFVGe0ygSr

    Thank you for the inspiration.

    Jacques Leclerc
    Jacques_Leclerc@hotmail.com

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  10. Jacques, I love seeing your house based on one of my patterns. That is very flattering. I keep debating about getting a Cricut or not. I actually love using my dies, but I'm not so keen on hand-cutting.

    It means a lot that my blog provides inspiration for you. I love making little cardboard houses. Thank you so much for sharing your little house with me. Lucy

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