The way we see it, tablets and smartphones are pretty boring – until they are rendered useless and buried in the junk drawer. Only then can they be resurrected and live a much more satisfying afterlife, like in the case of these three clever AtmosFANs who have loaded their devices with AtmosFX Decorations and stashed them in surprising places. How can you take an underused phone or tablet to create a great miniature effect? Take a look below!
Countertop Mansion Gets Better Each Year
If you have been lurking in the AtmosFAN Hall of Fame over the past years, you’ll recognize this name: Sue W. of McHenry, Illinois. She’s built a huge reputation when it comes to building small amazements, like this Christmas Village or this Easter decoration. Here, she’s repurposed an old dollhouse that, in our humble opinion, looks much better than when it was pink. One of the great things about these countertop decorations is that you can continue to embellish them year-after-year at your own pace. Sue’s display is looking better than ever – and we also love the use of last year’s release, Hall of Haunts.
Increase the Creepy with a One-way Mirror
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Based in Worcester, Worcestershire, United Kingdom, the TikTok influencer who goes by the handle DarkWishesDesigns has a different take when it comes to dressing up an old dollhouse. She hides her smartphone behind a small one-way mirror placed in the doorway in this creeped-out dollhouse, then displays the ghosts of Ghostly Apparitions and Macabre Manor decoration collections on it. By disguising the phone with the one-way mirror, it makes the illusion even harder to comprehend. “People absolutely love that my doll’s house is haunted,” she tells us. “They can’t figure out how I did it!”
Jack-O’-Lantern Changes the Game at Work Party
It’s great to see another clever use of Hall of Haunts created by Veronica C. of Geneva, Illinois. If we hollow out a pumpkin and place a candle in it, Veronica seems to ask herself, why not put something in there that has much more dynamic range? We love thinking outside the box … er, pumpkin. That is, of course, what we have here – a jack-o’-lantern that appears to be fully furnished by the legion of ghosts who inhabit it. “I made this for a contest at work,” Veronica tells us. “Everyone loved it!”
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