Make Your Own Spooky Village

Good morning, scrappers! Our October issue is hitting newsstands now, and I wanted to give you a peek at this spooky Halloween village on page 42—one of my favorite projects in the magazine. The incredibly inspiring Claudine Hellmuth “built” the houses, and our super creative Senior Associate Art Director Deb Berger styled it for the photo shoot.

Claudine posted the directions for the project on her blog last year, and she even offered some templates to make the process easier.

Then Deb added some pumpkin stickers from Reminisce and a moon and bats from Martha Stewart Crafts. She also used a Martha Stewart Crafts border punch to make some fun black picket fences. Clever!

What’s your favorite project in the issue?

http://claudinehellmuth.blogspot.com/2010_10_01_archive.html

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9 Responses to “Make Your Own Spooky Village”

  1. This is so cool!!! I know what I’m making for Halloween!! Thanks for posting this!! I Love it!!

  2. I love all things Halloween and Rhonna Farrer is so talented it’s scary. So page 48′s frame is my favorite!

  3. How do I get the templates for the spooky village?

  4. Hi there I also like your spooky village. Like Monica, I am looking for the templates? Not sure how/where to find them….
    Thanks,
    Jan

  5. I can’t wait to make these! I would also like to make the framed piece on page 48. I have spent hours looking for a similar graphic online that I can download with no success. Can you *please* help me with this! Thanks!

  6. Hello the spooky village is just to cute but I am having trouble finding the template can you please help. Please let me know

    thank you

  7. I can not find the template for the Happy Haunting Holloween Village, please help.

  8. Has any one found the template for the spooky house I posted earlier but still have not received any answer so if someone else knows where to go please let me know

    thanks

    lori
    cook7959@eaglecom.net

  9. Hey all, there’s a link at the bottom of the article, if you scroll down the page of the blog, you’ll find the template and instructions.

    Cheers!
    Melissa.