Make this fun set of miniature paper Halloween houses for a spooky, but not too scary Halloween village just in time for October 31st.
The 13 Days of Halloween challenge starts October 18th. On that date, I will publish a new and different Halloween paper house pattern for the next 13 days finishing on October 30th. By October 31st you will have a full set of haunted little Halloween houses for your Halloween village. And there is a bonus set of instructions for a Halloween feather tree (well, really it’s feather-like) that is cool as well. The little paper houses can hang as ornaments from the branches of the tree.
These houses are simpler than a lot of my Putz houses so you can make them quickly and easily. The patterns are designed to be versatile as well. So you could cut the house out of colored card stock and assemble just like that. Or you could paint and color the house however you want. You can see 3 sample houses above.
Each day there will be a blog post with a new set of miniature paper houses. And each day you can download the free paper pattern from my Paper Glitter Glue library.
Here are the links to the little houses:
- 13 Days of Halloween Paper House patterns:
- Halloween Paper House No. 1
- Halloween Paper House No. 2
- Halloween Paper House No. 3
- Halloween Paper House No. 4
- Halloween Paper House No. 5
- Halloween Paper House No. 6
- Halloween Paper House No. 7
- Halloween Paper House No. 8
- Halloween Paper House No. 9
- Halloween Paper House No. 10
- Halloween Paper House No. 11
- Halloween Paper House No. 12
- Halloween Paper House No. 13
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I hope to see you join the 13 Days of Halloween challenge and build your little Halloween village house by house.
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