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  1. https://woodworkersworkshop.com/Item/04_FS_152
  2. Augh… I will vomiit if I have to see another cooking show……
  3. That is a sad story Kells, but great to be able to recall the happy times. Are you going to reconstruct it? You can still get the House of Miniatures kits. You could scratch build the house.
  4. That’s a stunning palette Audra!
  5. I’d recommend Creative Paperclay done in the Rik Pierce style. I recently did an interior wall of my French house using it, then applied some texture paste I think it was over the top for mortar. Link here. Using paperclay gives a more rounded stone look, rather than flat stones.
  6. Running them front to back will draw your eye in.
  7. What Grazhina said. If you select a palette of colours that work together, some lights, some darks, and stick with that it will work. And as she said, repeat the darker colours in accents in lighter rooms and vice versa.
  8. Picking colours is difficult. Pinterest has a lot of colour scheme inspiration. Hopefully This works.
  9. I have always lived the set as well. They look great together. there is a pic here: Street of shops I always loved the original Houseworks pic. And this one.
  10. There may be orogonal architectural drawings online that could show window design in more detail. It’s a cute house and will look great when done.
  11. Lloks great! Love the floor, very well done. Great to see a modern/farmhouse style with a bit more colour.
  12. Bad at glue too! I always seem to make the same mistakes because it can be so long between doing the same task. But it’s a good brain exercise to find work-arounds!
  13. No worries! Opinions help when done so in a constructive way! I prefer this without the lower rail - it was too much. Is the pink on the walls the same pink as the railing? It looks to me that the walls are a peachier pink than the railings. Using the same hue of pink will help too I think (but it could be darker or lighter). Anyway, just a thought!
  14. The tiny dormer window looks a little dwarfed by the main windows. But otherwise cute!
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