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.


  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