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Decided to make wall panels or wainscoting out of cracker boxes.  I saw the idea on pinterest and decided to give it a whirl.  I am making these for the living room. 

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10 minutes ago, Mid-life madness said:

It looks wonderful. I have been wanting to try this method as well. I like the relief/ design you have chosen, and it looks perfectly aged.

It was time consuming but I like the over all look.  I had been wanting to try it for some time now.  Thanks!  

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That's really cool!  I am about to start the wall panelling in my apothecary and I've been wondering what the best way to go about it is.  Considering making a mold...Where did you find this method?

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11 hours ago, Shareb said:

That's really cool!  I am about to start the wall panelling in my apothecary and I've been wondering what the best way to go about it is.  Considering making a mold...Where did you find this method?

I found a picture tutorial on pinterest.  I search "dollhouse panels" ...or "dollhouse wainscotting"   I think they would be awesome in you apothecary.  Yes, indeed!!  

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11 hours ago, 1martinimomma said:

Giving it whirl you did.  That looks fantastic.  You would never know it's not wood.  

Yes, try it.  I enjoyed doing it.  And you can customize it the way you want it.  I used Triscuit boxes.  Cereal boxes too.  

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