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  1. From the album: 1/2 Scale Diana - Hartstone

    Now that I am HOOKED on landscaping... I am glad I decided to do this one.... I love this little house, and I do like it even more landscaped.
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  2. From the album: Spring Fling 2012 - The Aero Squadron Lounge

    The tree looks fullest from an aerial view (and in person since you can walk around it at the right level).
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  3. Hi, I have just taken possession of my new project - A pre loved Emerson Row. I plan to make it shabby chic style. I have far to many other houses but I do love starting a new one! Karen x
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  4. WOW, all of it WOW, like the little dude too.
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  5. Oh I LOVE this! It's looking great!
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  6. Ingrid, as you spend more time here you will know that we want to see it ALL!
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  7. Woohoo! It's a messy and fun project, no? I think you made a great little tree there. :yes:
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  8. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo *squeel* ...love this!! beautiful house so far, you can see how magical it will look just from the dirction you have taken with the land. The occupants look like they would fit well with renaissance/ medieval furnure, it has just enough detail to look magical but maybe adding gold paint on some of the raised areas to make them really magic. not that I have any idea where to find that stuff =(
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  9. Thank you Linda! Great to have another horse enthusiast around!
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  10. Home Depot website shows the price of $8 for a big tube.
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  11. Furnishings would depend on the kind of fairies they are. If they're traditional tiny winged critters who ride dragon flies I don't think they'd need a kitchen or a bathroom and furniture would be made of leaves and flower petals (thinking of Titania in the latest version of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" whose bed was a walnut shell). If they're the folklore faerie they would have enchanting cottages with magically gorgeous furnishings, so a flower-covered stone cottage with lovely furniture (thinking of Snow White and Rose Red, NOT Snow White & the 7 Dwarves"). Can you tell I was a huge
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  12. Oh, I've never been good at making furniture, Bluebear, but I am good at buying it! If I could just get some ideas of things to get....
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  13. Ditto to what Pat said! The house is looking great so far. I'm thinking for furniture, probably natural stuff, like leaves and wood and flowers maybe. Not sure about bathroom or kitchen, but not sure what other rooms you would have. I'm thinking at least a dining area though, guess that would be possible to combine with a small kitchen. I guess start making furniture and see what comes out!
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  14. I don't know what a Fairy house would have but it sounds like fun. Your exterior stone work and landscaping look great.
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  15. thanks again for all the info, atleast I know what I have now. but after some thought Im going to keep this stuff. they did mean a lot to my grandma, I remember going over her house when I was a kid, and she was always showing me the houses and messing with them. Thanks again for the info.
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  16. Do a search for posts about "scenic water"; it should also give other subsstances such as glue, clear caulk and resin.
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  17. very nice paper.
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  20. I like the little toy soldiers on the mantel!
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  21. It's lovely, I can see why it was a favorite!
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  22. Perfect place for a sewing room!
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  23. Outstanding! Love the black and white color scheme!
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  24. From the album: Glencroft "Spinners End"

    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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