Introducing Ebonywood Mansion - a miniature haunted house with an owl weathervane on the front tower that's perfect for Halloween decor. A bat with outstretched wings guards the front entrance and smaller bats fly about the twin chimneys. The free paper pattern - the Front Tower … [Read more...] about Ebonywood Mansion – Make your own fun Halloween House
Habitat for Humanity
The Wilkins House is a grand Italianate mansion in Greenville, South Carolina that was built in the 1870s. It was scheduled for demolition when a developer bought the property for an assisted living center. My hometown rallied and saved the house. In September 2014, the house … [Read more...] about The Wilkins House – a Christmas Putz House for Habitat for Humanity
The pattern to make this Haunted Schoolhouse and Kelly's Christmas Clockhouse is called the Front Tower Clockhouse. You can use it to make either a mildly spooky, haunted miniature house like the one below or a cheerful Christmasy house like Kelly's house. This FREE paper … [Read more...] about Haunted Schoolhouse – a Seasonal Putz House
Kelly's Christmas Clockhouse is a Christmas Putz house designed with a hipped roof, double chimneys and a glittered, snowy clock tower in the front. The little Putz clock face says "Merry Christmas." This particular glitter house is based on the pattern I used for the Wilkins … [Read more...] about Kelly’s Christmas Clockhouse Putz House
Yes, why not? But first, what is a haberdashery? And who is a haberdasher? Well, I had to look it up, too. A haberdasher is one who sells small goods like buttons, thread, needles, zippers - notions, we call them in the US. But also in the US, the term evolved to mean one who … [Read more...] about Why not make a Miniature Halloween Haberdashery – a fun two-sided Halloween House?