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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Hi Guys
Well here is the tutorial I promised you.  I am sorry that it wasn't yesterday but life got in the way.  You can see the project below and I have used Concord Crush for the house, Pumpkin Pie for the roof.  
Recipe
Concord Crush  10.5"x9.5"
Pumpkin Pie  2.5"x2.25"
Basic Black to punch out 2 scallop squares
Whisper White to punch out Ovals
Black Stampin' Write Marker
Cardstock Vellum
White gel pen
Clip from Clip Assortment
Concord Crush Ribbon

Using the template below cut and score your cardstock.  Fold the two outside sections to the middle and take your 13/4" circle punch and punch through both thicknesses of card stock. 

Stick your vellum card stock over the holes you made with the punch.  Now assemble your house, making sure you leave the top open.


Take your Pumpkin Pie card stock and punch the edge with the scallop trim border punch and adhere to your box.

Punch 2 scallop squares out of your basic black and fold in half.  Cut two slits from the flat edge to the point about 1/2" long.  Fold these back on themselves to create the 'ears' and draw two white dots on for eyes. 

The largest ghost is made from using the extra large oval punch.  Then take the scallop oval and punch the bottom off.  Next go around the edge of the ghost with either a dauber and basic black ink or your basic black Stampin' Write marker. 

Now stick everything onto your 'house'.  Add your clip with a bow made from the 1/2" polystitched ribbon in concord crush and you have finished.

Until next time

Happy Crafting

Emma xx

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