What’s better than displaying a haunted house as part of your Halloween decor? Displaying one that you made yourself of course!
Rachell at My Little Spot of Creativity has some serious talent when it comes to designing cut files. She’s made all kinds of 3-D boxes and furniture. Take a few minutes looking around her blog. You won’t regret it!
She shared this file over the weekend for a haunted house and I started working on it as soon as I downloaded it.
Here are all the pieces cut out.
I folded each piece following the score marks.
Then I glued yellow tissue paper to cover each window. And I cut a circle into the bottom flap of the house. (I could have added a circle into the file and my machine would have cut it for me–but I didn’t think of it til later)
I glued the house all together, added some ghosts and pumpkins, and set it down over a battery tea light. I’m pretty sure I don’t have to explain here why you shouldn’t use a real flame.
So, while this isn’t actually on display at my house yet, who else is also thinking about Halloween already?