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Sunday, 27 September 2015

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Hi Everyone, over at That Craft Place we start a new Challenge for the next fortnight which is Mixed Media Anything Goes. I couldn't resist making a Halloween House for my DT post.


My house before I started working on it.


And finished.........Chris my Darling HB has taken many fabulous photographs for me, giving it a super spooky feeling, so I thought it would be nice to just let you see lots of fab photos on this post and if you want to know anything please just ask me.



Visit if you dare !
                                                            
Nice Cat !

Do you do Bed & Breakfast ?

Things that go bump in the night !


Beware of the spiders !

This is my territory !

I seem to have lost my skin !

Trick or Treat !



My skeletons, Cheery Lynn dies and DecoArt products are all available at That Craft Place. Links can all be found on my sidebar on the RHS.

Thanks for stopping by today and please check out HERE what my fabulous teamies have been up to.

Julie x

I would like to enter this into the following challenges :



39 comments:

  1. Just wanted to see more of,the pictures hun this really is amazing the detail is fantastic love love all the tiny detail its just incredible hun I adore it to bits,hugs Cherylxxxxxx

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  2. I am totally flabbergasted: this is such an amazing project: never seen a 'spooky' house like this one before.
    I would almost become a 'fan' of Halloween....In our country it is not so wellknown and we don't celebrate
    Lia xx

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  3. Really fantastic Julie!!, you know I'm also a big Halloween fan and I can't see enough from such beautiful inspirations, many thanks! How you made the roof? Hugs, Kerstin x

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    1. Hi Kerstin, I painted a piece of white card with PaperArtsy Grey paints and cut into squares, once in place I added some Distress ink. I also placed a metal strip which had alcohol inks dripped onto it on the top of roof.
      Julie x

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    2. Yes, very clever, I love this idea, many thanks Julie!

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  4. This is awesome and love the details. Where did you get the wooden house from?

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    1. My daughter got it from Michaels when in America x

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  5. Hi Julie, love it! love it! love it! What a clever lady you are, it's just gorgeous. Have a great week and happy crafting, Angela x

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  6. WOOOW!!! Absolutely breathtaking Halloween project! It is so elaborate and filled with so many fabulous details! Love it!!!
    Hugs :)
    Samra

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  7. Simply WOW Julie and if I lived near you this would vanish into my bag ha ha. I love it....nothing tops a spooky house and yours is one of the best I've ever seen ;)
    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  8. Brilliant transformation. Love all the spooky details and fabulous photos too. Tracy x

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  9. What a fabulous Halloween house, Julie - full of amazing details and spooky delights! Love the brickwork and adorable little doors, but with all those spiders and cobwebs I don't think I'll be staying long, if that's okay with you! Fantastic work.
    Alison xx

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  10. This is absolutely fantastic, Julie! Wow!

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  11. this really is awesome - i absolutely love it - what an amazing make!!! Thanks for joining us at Countryview challenges and good luck in the draw! Hugs rachel x

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  12. Absolutely spooktacular ! Julie . Love all the fabulous detail - that slate roof and brick walls - incredibly realistic . The spiders web effect and the luminous highlights on the trick ofr treaters . Oh I could go on and on - its a real masterpiece !
    Fabulous Photography too by your hubby - what a great double act you are :) x

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  13. Hi Julie...Love Love Love this !!!! what a transformation... Wondering what you used for the brick on the house... is it paper or did you use texture paste with stencil ?? Looks amazing and wonderful photos !!! Thank you for creating with us at Rhedds Creative Spirit !

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    1. I used texture and sand texture paste with a stencil for my bricks x

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  14. You know how much I love this House Julie Lol! Thank you so much for sharing it with us at The Mirror Crack'd and good luck with the challenge, Angela x

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  15. Absolutely stunning...your attention to detail makes it really awesome...I love it.
    Thank you for joining in with our September challenge over at Rhedd's Creative Spirit...xx

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  16. Wow, wow, wow!!! This is amazing julie! a beautifull
    Halloween project and so much to see, it's Art!
    xx Gerie

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  17. Oh I was so tempted to pick up a little wooden house for Christmas and now I believe I must! Julie, I love the haunted house you built and all the gorgeous brickwork! Love this to bits! Hugs!

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  18. WOW WOW WOW!! This is absolutely amazing! Fabulous transformation. Have a great week.

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  19. Wow!!! Great Halloween project. So much detailed work. Wonderful work. Thank you for joining us at Altered Eclectics this month. Hope to see your art work back here again soon. Judy DT

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  20. Wonderful! Ooh! There's that scary cat again! !Hugs, Chrisx

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  21. LOVE LOVE LOVE this, Julie!! What a Fantastically spooky abode! I love every single detail you've included! Things that go bump in the night, indeed-This house is covered with those kinds of things! Scary and Fun!! XOXO-Shari

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  22. I am in love! This is fantastic and I would love to have one like it...so much work and it paid off with an amazing make! .Thanks so much for sharing with us at Rhedd's Creative Spirit this month! Nanette, DT

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  23. Such a spooky and fun filled project!! Love the theme... :) Thank you for joining Craft for the craic.
    Suchi DTxx

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  24. This is wonderful! I really, really want one of those houses now! Thank you for entering your project at Rhedd’s Creative Spirit. Sammy-x

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  25. Oh my gosh...AMAZING work, love the rusty hinges, the cat and skeleton...wonderful Julie! Ruth xx

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  26. Wow what a lot of amazing work...I don't really do Halloween but your spooky house is amazing...thanks so much for sharing with us at The Mirror Crack'd...Esther xx

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  27. Awesome! Love the brick texture and cameo on your haunted house. Also love the hinged doors. You did an amazing job!

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  28. This truly is spectacular Julie! So many clever and spooky details and I love how Chris's clever photography has shown them to their best advantage. Thank you for joining us at Frilly and Funkie. Jenny x

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  29. A wonderful Halloween project!
    Thank you soo much for taking part in our "Halloween” challenge over at Creatalicious & good luck in the draw.
    Hope to see you again in our new challenge as well…

    Hugs,
    Melanie
    (DT Penny's Paper Crafty Challenges)
    (DT-Coordinator Creatalicious Challenges)
    (DT Come and Get It)
    (DT Crafty Friends)
    (DT Tuesday Throwdown)

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  30. Julie, you have really outdone yourself with this amazing haunted house! I love all the details, the brickwork, the roof (so symmetrical!--any roofer would hire you for your skills!) and those tiny doors with those rusty hinges and the steps leading up are my absolute favorite! When you get a moment could you provide a few tips on how these were created?

    Your husband's photography really showcased this spooky beauty! LOVE it and LOVE what you've done with the place! Hugs!

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  31. HI Julie Just stopping by to say Congratulations on being chosen as one of the top three over at CVC . - Much deserved xx

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Thanks for visiting, I love to read your comments so I know you have stopped by and look forward to visiting your blog.

Julie x

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