How to Haunt Your House, Book Three

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Rabbit Hole Productions, Oct 27, 2011 - Architecture
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How to Haunt Your House, Book Three has risen up from the grave once more! Find out how to take your Halloween decorating to the next level. This year, cross over to the over side of Halloween decorating and bring our your inner spirit--The one that longs for dark corners and spider webs! You don't have to wait till you're dead to create these incredible props. Wouldn't a Werewolf Rug look perfect in front of the fireplace? How about a Brain Bubbler for the kitchen? Find out how to turn a living room into a Fortune Tellers Den or set the time on a Witch's Clock. There's something for just about every room in the haunted house. So get out the glue gun and start sharpening those files. It's time to perfect the art of haunt decor! For more great tips and videos visit us at: www.howtohauntyourhouse.com
 

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Contents

Basic Tools Materials Cha ter 2 The Brain Bubbler
The Poison A le Chapter 4 Tabletop Ghost
Day of the Dead Candy Dish
CemeteQr Fence Chapter 7 Coffin Dolls
The Witching Hour Clock
The Owl Familiar
Cemetery Tree
The Halloween Tree
Hot Glue the Details
Lycanthrope
Creepy Collections
The llluminator Chapter 17 Ultimate Vampire Hunting Kit What to Include Chapter 18 Ultimate Vampire Hunting Kit Upper Lower Details Chapter ...
Ultimate Vampire Hunting Kit Vampire Sketchbooks Chapter 21 Ultimate Vampire Hunting Kit Vampire Hunters Journal Chapter 22 Ultimate Vampi...
Inside the Haunted House
Resources Thank You Chapter 31 Index Credits Chapter 32 Website
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Both artist and author, Lynne met her husband, Shawn, on a high school journalism trip that included a stop at Disney World and The Haunted Mansion. Their spooky inspiration down memory lane has led them to create their own home haunt called, The Mitchell Cemetery. They were one of six families selected for ABC's The Great Halloween Fright Fight which aired in 2014. They have been featured on FeatNet's online series, Route 666, America's Scariest Haunted Houses, and the HGTV Halloween Special, Halloween Tricked Out, which aired in 2012. It aired again on the Travel Channel in 2013. The Mitchells' have turned their love of Halloween into a home haunter how-to book series called, How to Haunt Your House.

Lynne and Shawn have been married 24 years and live in Pensacola, Florida with their three adopted children, dog, Zoe, and cat, Boo.

To see more of Shawn and Lynne's work, visit their portfolio website: www.rabbitholeproductions.com. To visit their Halloween website: www.howtohauntyourhouse.com.

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