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PostPosted: Sun Oct 04, 2020 6:48 pm 
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I’m sure most of you will recognize Howard’s house pattern for his bay window house that I used to create my Halloween house.

I used Pete’s window mullions, cutting them down to give me the sizes I needed. I originally wanted a shiny silver, but the silver paint didn’t give me the look I wanted and I didn’t want full glitter so I used Tulip Dimensional fabric paint. It took a few coats, but it was just enough glitz. I glued the windows on the outside for a different look.

This house is a gift for my niece to add to ever growing Halloween village


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Wow---this is excellent---love the little ghost too


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Lynn...

Really like seeing old patterns used again and again...And I gotta try that Tulip Fabric paint...Looks promising...

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