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Finished sculpting the Paperclay on the front of the house. In the beginning it took a long time to sculpt the stone, but now it's going so much faster.


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Glencroft "Spinners End"

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Wow. I've never used that paperclay stuff, but it looks amazing even without paint.

Now I'm wondering if anyone has ever done a candy house, like in Hanzel & Gretel?

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Thanks for all the wonderful comments. And ooooooo. A candy house. That's a great idea. Kelly, don't you dare throw your Glencroft away. I LOVE what you did with yours.

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Kelly. Amen to sharing. I'm thinking that when I'm done I would love to take a picture of the house at Boggs Lake. I think it could make it look like the house is in a real setting.

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This is absolutely beautiful! Fantastic paperclay work! This is one of the best Glencroft builds that I have ever seen!

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This looks absolutely stunning! I love paperclay; it is tedious to do all of the sculpting and painting, but it is so worth the effort. I can't wait to see yours painted.

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Amazing!!! :) I think I want to do something like this with my Canterbury when I start building her.

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