Monday, October 17, 2011

Elmhurst Hollow Haunted House

This will be the only Halloween House I will make this year. Last year, I made a bunch of them in various themes. This year, I saw this house on SVGcuts.com designed by Mary - her Elmhurst Hollow Collection contains a Haunted House and other haunted projects which will be posted later this week. The house is embossed with a spider web embossing folder and all edges are sponged using Craft White ink. Printed paper: scraps I had from last year that worked really well. Finished house measures 8" x 5" x 8-1/4". This Haunted House is really special because it lights up through those vellum windows using those small LED candles.

See? Here's the house back opening to position the three candles
Here's the house with the candles during the day lit up:
With the lights shut off, the house looks great!!!! Love the spooky eyes on the roof.

In the house center, adhesive orange rhinestone eyes with vellum backs peer out from the roof:

In the right side roof, a small bat is attached to wires:


Left side has a larger bat attached with a wire:


House center window frames are in SU Green Galore CS and the boards are cut using SU Lavender Lace. The nail heads: Sukura Glaze Pen - love that pen!!!!

Of course, every house has to have a front porch with a pumpkin

Right house bottom has boards and also a pumpkin:

On the side of the house are additional vellum windows:

Left house bottom double multi windows with a pumpkin:

Supplies:



  • Stamps: None


  • CS: Black, SU Lavender lace, SU Glorious Green, Vellum Card Stock, Recollections Orange, Scrap DSP


  • Ink: SU Craft White, Black,


  • Accys: SVGcuts.com Elmhurst Hollow Collection, Gold Adhesive Rhinestones, Wet Adhesive, 3 LED lights, Sakura Glaze Black Pen, Wire, Sponge Daubers, Spider Web Cuttlebug Embossing Folder

Thank you and stay tuned for more from this collection.....................

5 comments:

Dizzy Broad said...

Patti - you've done it again! I'm still admiring last years' houses but this one is super! Wish I had a cutting machine...thanks for the inspiration!

scrappychica said...

wow that is an ubber supper house. I would love to be able to make that! thank you for sharing yours with us, I love how it lights up all spooky but still fun.

Penny Duncan Creations said...

Oh WOW WOW WOW!!!! That is FANTASTIC!!!! The detail you've put in to this is amazing!!!!! Very sppoooookkkkkyyyy!!!! And absolutely adorable!!!

A Creative Operation said...

That is absolutely incredible! I am in awe over it. Very cool!

Karli said...

AMAZING!!! Love all the Patti touches :) Hugs~