All it took was one skein of DMC floss to finish the clapboards of the Haunted House, and the whole thing was completed! Prior to that, I had stitched the last of the motifs at the foundation. From right to left: The cat, worked in black Fuzzy Stuff with green Kreinik eyes. Next, the cauldron, with a plume of steam created by white Flair in a Satin stitch. (I removed the silver metallic core before stitching). The flames were worked with Kreinik braid in an encroaching Gobelin stitch, with individual tent stitches for "embers." I divided the area below the cauldron into logs, stitched with Burmilana, and ashes stitched with Impressions. The spindly tree was formed by Silken Straw Whiskey in stem stitches.
The bag of candy was worked with DMC #5 pearl cotton in an encroaching Gobelin stitch, with DMC floss creating the candy in individual tent stitches and the "C" in a satin stitch.
The crescent moon and star at the top of the eave were worked in an encroaching Gobelin stitch with Silk Lame Braid for 18 ct. and hung from Kreinik braid 005 HL worked in stem stitches.
With the house itself completed, all that remains to be stitched are the little trick-or-treater canvases that came with the house, which hopefully won't take too long to work up.