Monday, September 18, 2017

Shimmer and Shine Halloween House for Haunted Holtzville

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

I have moved the content of this blogpost to my new blog here. You can find all of the information about this Village Manor Haunted House here. Whenever I move the information, I try to include some new photos or give you a little more information on how to make the house so it's worth your time to actually visit the new blog.

In a number of posts that I've moved, I have explained why. The problem is duplicate content in Google's eyes. Google doesn't like that idea. It thinks I am stealing content from myself. Because I just don't want you to follow a link or a Pinterest pin and come to an empty blog, I keep this blog as a placeholder so to speak. So I am gradually deleting the content on this blog, but leaving some photos and directions to find the complete blog post. Please join me at the blog. I am always working on new content for your creative pursuits. Thank you.
Village Manor made with Tim Holtz die and industrial embossing folder
Shimmer and Shine Village Manor Halloween House

Village Manor Halloween House made with industrial embossing folder
Halloween House made with the Village Manor die


  1. Absolutely brilliant Lucy! Such a great idea to use the industrial embossing folder for the roof and the rivets look brilliant on the walls too! Such a great Halloween project (as always)! Anne xx

  2. This house is amazing. You are so creative!

  3. Fabulous haunted house, it's amazing as a home decor piece during this spooky holiday. Love the steampunk elements. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra