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[House cut from Tim Holtz' grungy cardstock. Well whose else could it be?]
[The "blood" is really a deep red gritty embossing powder with lots of splatters!]
[Small pieces of cardstock stuck on as individual shingles.]
[Characters from the "Lost and Found" paper pack are peeping out from the windows.]
"First corner view"
We're moving around the corner a little here... what's that in the doorway??
Aaarrgghhh - a Graphics Fairy severed foot!!
"End of house"
Eeeewww, a severed hand on the doorknob and another reaching into the window!
Oh no, that one seems to be grasping a smaller hand on the inside of the house!
"Through the keyhole"
We look through the doorway, but it's too dark to make out the inside properly [the inside of the walls are decorated with more Tim Holtz people and perspectives from the Graphics Fairy, but they won't come out with the camera - boo hoo!]. Let's move on...
"Second corner view"
Oh no, it's getting worse...
...is that a gggggrrrraveyard??? *shakes with fear*
"Pet Semetary - R.I.P Spot""
No worse, it's a "Pet Sematary" aaaarrrrgggghhhhhh
[aside: I love horror novels. "Pet Sematary" by Stephen King is the only horror story I've ever read that scared me! - and yes, it's supposed to be spelt like that :)]
Noooo, spiders... [drawn]
...and ants! [stamped]
"Hands on the roof"
Those hands are trying to get into the house by prising the shingles loose - looks like it's working.
Yuck, there's a disembodied eye peeping out from behind that window, and blood running down the frame from the hands on the roof.
"Hand behind gravestone"
Another hand appears to be clawing it's way out of the grave.
[The "mud" around and on the gravestones is actually lots of brown embossing powder. Overheating it leads to a grey colour which looks great on the front of the gravestones]
"Third corner view"
For the first time, we get a glimpse of the word written in blood on the last wall.
Well, I guess that's all the guy managed to write before he was stuffed upside down into the chimney...
"Feet in the chimney"
...at least, I think it's a guy. Not so easy to tell just looking at the feet.
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