Why, Gus, of course. I drew a Gus the Ghost on paper and glued it to a cardboard background and stand. Gus was desperately needed for this project, don’t you think? And where does Gus stay when he is not worrying about losing his house? He stays safely tucked away in the book drawer.
Besides making Gus, I decorated the back to add more personality to Gus’ house. I added the Tim Holtz Branch tree which I have always loved. A moonlit owl sits on one of the branches. And the cat from the Sizzix 2017 Trick or Treat thinlit was also added to the back.
This is just a brief post to update you on the status of Gus’ house and to let you know that he is safely at his beloved home.
And I would like to thank the incredibly creative people at the Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge for choosing me to be one of the designers included in the designer spotlight for the Mythology/Based on a Book challenge. They called me an artist. That really tickles me. Thank you so much.
To learn more about the making of Gus the ghost’s house, the main post is here.
If you would like to pin Gus’ house, you can use this image if you like.
I hope you have a wonderfully creative day.
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