It’s Been Awhile Since I’ve Given You A New Paper Craft Project To Build With Your Family And Friends . . .
This Nightmare On Elm Street saga was quite popular — not something I got into . . . I guess I’m more into mystery and the paranormal and not too keen on the horror aspect . . .
Paper craft projects are always fun and relaxing on a hot summer day. Something for you to work on after lunch . . . maybe even plan an evening of movie watching . . . That whole Elm Street thing with Freddy . . .
Or you may delve into telling your own ghost stories . . . or find a movie or two that is a bit more mild . . .
Be sure to click the image below . . . You’ll be taken to the PDF’s you can download. Be sure to use cardstock. Take your time to study the pieces and the instructions. And take your time putting it together . . . It is a fun project you can do alone or with family and/or friends.
Are You Familiar With This Classic Movie Collection?
I’m Still Creeped Out By The Trailer — Did You Watch It?
Oh good grief!! I don’t know if I’m brave enough to watch the whole collection — yet, I believe it could give you quite a chill on these hot summer nights . . .
I Definitely Wouldn’t Be Watching This Alone —
It may not be suitable for all members of your family . . . But a fun activity to share with your friends . . .
It is truly a classic . . . Something you may want to include in your DVD collection . . . I don’t know if it’s guaranteed to give you nightmares . . . but there could be parts that you just can’t get out of your mind . . .
Click the image above (or one of the images to the right) to order your very own Nightmare on Elm Street Collection. It will be delivered to your very own door in absolutely no time at all . . . And you don’t have to live on Elm Street . . .
Fortunately, I don’t live on Elm Street . . . I wonder if there is an Elm Street in my town . . . I would imagine there is . . . and many other towns, cities, etc. could very easily have an Elm Street . . . Back in the 1980’s I wonder how many people who lived on Elm Street moved . . . Or people who found their “dream home” on Elm Street only to keep looking . . .
And there are people who would love to own a home in the neighborhood where the movie was filmed — unless it was on a movie set . . . Many movies back then were filmed in actual neighborhoods . . . It may not have been Elm Street, but in the movie it definitely was . . . I wonder if it is haunted . . .
Well . . . enjoy . . . And thank you for stopping by!