SVG Attic-Pink & Main Spook-tacular Blog Hop

Welcome to the SVG AtticPink & Main Spook-tacular blog hop!  We are so excited to have you join us today!

At each stop of the hop we hope you will be inspired by the creativity of the design teams of SVG Attic and Pink & Main. You are sure to find many wonderful projects that will be at the top of your crafting lists!

You should be arriving from Lisa’s blog. If you happened across this post out of order, please head to the SVG Attic blog to start at the beginning of the hop.  Here is the project I created:

Spook-tacular Blog Hop Haunted House by Annie Williams - Main

I love building large 3D projects like this one for the holidays…they usually look like they took way more time than they actually did to make and instead of storing yet another holiday decoration in the attic, I get to recycle my creation at the end of the season and start again fresh next year.  For this fun scene, I took the English Cottage Kit from SVG Attic and made it into a haunted house just by changing the patterned papers I used and adding lots of spooky embellishments.  Although this 3D project looks complicated to assemble, both written and video instructions are available when you purchase the kit…so it really didn’t take much time at all!

Spook-tacular Blog Hop Haunted House by Annie Williams - Cemetery Detail

To add a little more fun to my scene, I also took the headstones and coffin designs from the Ghostly Graveyard Kit and shrunk them down to create a little cemetery next to my haunted house.  The tree from the same kit was already sized perfectly for this project.  My pumpkin patch came together quickly by stamping images from the “Hey Pumpkin” and “Scarecrows” sets on colored cardstock, cutting them out using the coordinating dies here and here, and inking around the edges for some dimension.

Spook-tacular Blog Hop Haunted House by Annie Williams - House Detail

Next, I added some fun elements to the house that I stamped using several more sets from Pink & Main.    The spiderwebs (“Witch Brew” set) and ghosts (“Punkin” set) were heat-embossed in black on some heavyweight vellum.  I did the same for the bottles of poison (“Witch House” set), but also colored the back of these with Copic markers for more detail.  The frog, sign, and bats are all images from the “Witch House” set as well.

Spook-tacular Blog Hop Haunted House by Annie Williams - Side

The last little detail was the witch flying past the moon…this image (from the “Witch Brew” set) was stamped on top of some gold metallic cardstock, fussycut, and added to the background to give the illusion of a spooky night sky.

I hope you enjoyed this fun Halloween project and will continue on through the hop for even more inspiration!

Now how about some blog hop prizes??

$20 Gift Certificate to SVG Attic

 Winner’s choice of 2 stamp sets from
 Pink & Main

What do you need to do to be eligible for these amazing prizes?

1.  Become a follower of each blog in the hop.

2.  Leave some comment love at each stop.  You can do so until midnight on Sunday, October 4th to be eligible for the prizes.

3.  If you do both of the above, check back at the SVG Attic blog and/or the Pink & Main blog for the winners on Tuesday, October 6th.

We would also love it if you would stop by the SVG Attic and Pink & Main Facebook pages and give us a “Like”!

Here is the complete blog hop lineup:

SVG Attic blog



Annie(you are here)

Jodi(go here next!)



Pink & Main blog

I hope you have enjoyed this stop on our hop!  Be sure to head on over to the other stops for more Halloween inspiration.  Comment and become a follower to be eligible for the prizes!

P.S. SVG Attic currently has all of their files on sale! Stop by their website at to purchase the SVG files used in this post at a great price.

54 Comment

  1. Frances Desjardins says: Reply

    Excellent choices of paper and colours. Wonderful project.

  2. Jodi G. Warner says: Reply

    This is such a wonderful ensemble creation. Eeeeek! You don’t really “recycle” by throwing this lovely thing out!? Hopefully you can store it and enjoy it again and again. Or give it away. Wish I was your neighbor….

  3. Sandra says: Reply

    Love the project, so cute!

  4. Beth F says: Reply

    Oh WOW! Look at this amazing scene! I absolutely LOVE what you did with that house. A fantastic way to show that holiday files are so much more versatile than their originally intended purpose. All of the stamps you added really perfect the whole project.

  5. Cyndy says: Reply

    Wow! I love you scene. This house looks amazing haunted! Just wonderful.

  6. missy walker says: Reply

    Super Cute

  7. cathie says: Reply

    awesomeness all around great job

  8. Gina says: Reply

    Great job – your village is awesome!

  9. SaraZK says: Reply

    Super cute and creative!

  10. Eva says: Reply

    Love your spooky house!

  11. Cathy says: Reply


  12. Mindy Dickinson says: Reply

    I haven’t had the nerve to tackle a big project like this house, but yours makes me want to try! Thanks for sharing your creations!

  13. Susan says: Reply

    Love the color choices on you house.

  14. Sandy says: Reply

    Loved the house. I have to remember we can use “christmas” house sets for any season!

  15. Lori Miller says: Reply

    Love this. so creative.

  16. Rainy says: Reply


  17. Kristina says: Reply

    Love this!!! Super cool!!

  18. This is fantastic!!! You inspired me. I think I may have to go purchase this house to create one for Halloween as well!! Awesome!!

  19. christi says: Reply

    What a wonderful haunted house! It is sooooo spooky! You did an OUTSTANDING job!

  20. Oh my Annie…love love love this spooky scene! Those little tumbled tombstones cracked me up…such great details! Loved browsing your blog this morning-such amazing talent!!!

  21. Shanon Cimbura says: Reply

    This is incredible! Such a great project! Love the little tombstones 🙂

  22. Amazing!!! That doesn’t seem like enought to do it justice. I am blown away Annie. Great job!

  23. I am blown away by this project! Wow! Fantastic! I would like to try to make a house like this, but I haven’t done it yet. Thanks for the inspiration.

  24. Your house is amazing!! I love it!!

  25. jearise says: Reply

    This is so great! I love all the work you did on this scene.

  26. WOW!!! This is fantastic!! LOVE how you made the stamps into 3d objects. Gorgeous!!

  27. Joelene Haun says: Reply

    So amazing. Love it. Such talent.

  28. Karen Waldner says: Reply

    What a cute house,

  29. What a great Halloween Scene Project. I love the papers you used. I have been wanting to do a big 3D project for awhile now. I think you just inspired me more!! Thank you. I love all the added extras like the mini grave yard and pumpkins you added to really create a fantastic Halloween scene.

  30. Pam says: Reply

    Fabulous project love it!

  31. What an Adorable & Amazing creation!! Such a fabulous scene and love the Pink & Main images.
    Have a blessed day,
    Crafting With Creative M

  32. Barb Krause says: Reply


  33. Tracy says: Reply

    Love,love, love this. I have a passion for putting together houses and this is just beautiful! I will be back to really study this and copy!

  34. michelegeorgern says: Reply

    Wow! This is so cute. I hope you didn’t mean the recycle bin cuz that would so sad!

  35. I don’t know how much more cuteness I can handle! Oh my gosh! Total amazeballs, for sure. Love this!

  36. Kim Cronkright says: Reply

    Love the details!!

  37. Debbie Ross says: Reply

    Great projects! Love it!

  38. shawn says: Reply

    So very spooky……..

  39. Karla Fonseca says: Reply

    What a great project!

  40. Blanca Ramirez says: Reply

    Wow! I love you scene.

  41. deb rodgerson says: Reply


  42. Wowsers! You’ve been really busy. I love how you incorporated so many neat projects!!!

  43. Debby says: Reply

    Wowzers… this is so grand. Love the paper you used for the haunted house.

  44. Tanya Hahn says: Reply

    Awesome job! Love the house and all the little details! fantastic!

  45. Mary Samuelson says: Reply

    Just simply amazing.. Love the tiny witch in the background.. Great Job!!

  46. Vanessa Miles says: Reply

    Great idea. The entire scene would make a great mantle decoration.

  47. Marji Franklin says: Reply

    This is wonderful! Just perfect!!

  48. Jamie says: Reply

    I so want to make this for my house decoration!

  49. AMAZING!! Love your attention to detail!!

  50. Nancy says: Reply

    Wow! Well done!

  51. Eliza Palma says: Reply

    This is very detailed

  52. Apryl says: Reply

    You did an amazing job with the house and all the spooky decor.

  53. Amanda says: Reply

    SO Cute!

  54. Lisa Mensing says: Reply

    WOW! You really did an amazing job on this haunted house! All the details are so great!

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