3D Halloween House/Graveyard (C02 Laser)

This is not a full step-by-step instructable, but rather the laser templates to create this for use as a standee or a photo frame.
Feel free to alter them and have fun with it!!

Photo: This was di-cut from 1/16" plastic for a custom plaque the files included are to make everything but the plaque.

It could be used as a 3D Halloween sign or decoration without the use of the plaque.
Note: Suspend the moon on a wire from the back.

There is also the option of using the ALT file for the house which has a knock out in it for a 4x6 photo!
Making it look like a cave with bats hanging on the top for an awesome Halloween 3D photo frame
you could personalize.... put the person in the photo's name on one of the gravestones!

Note: more advanced builders could use some scrap left over and make a drop in for glass or
plexi and the photo and a wedge stand on the back to hold it up.

By request I have added .JPG versions of the files to go a long with the .CDR (Corel Draw) versions attached.

Plastics needed:

1- 1/16" x 12"x24" sheet of Grey with Black core (tombstones)
1- 1/16" x12"x24" sheet of Black with Gold Core (manor on hill and partial moon, if you want a full moon engrave the entire circle)
1- 1/16" x12"x24" sheet of Black - reversed engraved plastic (for fence)
and some superglue or other clear adhesive



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    4 Discussions


    7 years ago on Introduction

    I8nite: I added JPG files per your request. Hope that helps... I guess with these people that don't have a laser could use them as templates for use with a bandsaw or jewelers saw to cut it out of anything. Thanks for the suggestion!


    7 years ago on Introduction

    I really like the images but they won't open for me, what format are you using? It says they are psp7 images but wont open in paintshoppro7

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    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    The Files should actually have .CDR after them. They were created in Corel Draw (Vector). Let me know if you need them converted to something else. If I can I will. I know I can convert them to Adobe Illustrator. (vector)


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Being only semi computer literate, I'm not sure what I need. Could you post the images in the ible for those like me who may want to use them as a basis for another project, In my case that would be inspiration for next years signs, not a direct copy