Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Halloween Village 2017 for Habitat for Humanity

Please join me on my new blog - paperglitterglue.com where this project is included with many more already added. Thank you. I hope to see you there.









I've also decided how I am going to sell the houses. I may have mentioned that I wanted to sell them at an art gallery but I was too timid to approach a gallery in time. So initially I am going  to sell them where I work for a few days since there are some people who've waited a year to buy a house, then I will open it up to anyone and sell them online on this With Glue and Glitter website and Facebook and Instagram. I will start selling them on October 4th because I have a crazy 10 days off starting on that date. 

Here are sectional photos of the entire village:


















Thank you for following me in this little Halloween house-making journey. 

Halloween Village Houses


9 comments:

  1. Watching you create on this journey is such an inspiration which truly reflects your inner compassion and god given talents...Congratulations on this amazing project!

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    1. Dara Lynn,
      That is very nice. Comments like yours make my day. Thank you.

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  2. You have worked so hard on these Lucy and it really does show, your village looks amazing!!! I think they will sell like hotcakes!! x

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    1. Anne,
      Thank you so much. You know I love to make these little houses so I had to think of a way to make them useful - by selling them for a good cause. I always appreciate your kind comments.

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  3. What a cool idea and funraiser! Spooky should sell well because so many love Halloween. I would think that each year a person could add to their town to build their scary homes. You did a fantastic job on all this for a fundraiser. SUPER talent and patience. Love to just look at the many details. Just excellent details, colors and looks. I hope Tim Holtz contacts you! He really needs to see what you have done with his products. Sensational display.

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  4. This is seriously fabulous. What an amazing village. The details in each and every house are perfection! Hope you sell them all....although I'd be sad to see them go. I have a little fantasy to have our entire living room 3d paper houses, with a long path up a hill with the Halloween village atop. This so inspired me. (I'm sure my husband wouldn't go for converting an entire room.) ha ha ha! Anyway, Lovely job!!!

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  5. Oh Lucy - these houses are so gorgeous and I love seeing them all together! Just amazing work. You are so creative and inspiring. Thanks for sharing your process with this project!

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    1. Merci! I am glad you enjoyed the village. Soon I have to start working on this year's village. It takes me all year to construct a village of this size.

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