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Samusa

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About Samusa

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  • Birthday September 6

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    https://blueprintminis.blogspot.com.au/

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    Brisbane, Australia

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    Samantha
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  1. Thanks so much ☺️.. I do spend quite a bit of time on them so I appreciate the feedback.
  2. Samusa

    The cottage

    Thanks Linda ☺️
  3. Samusa

    The cottage

    Haha me too.. I think that’s the craft room off to the left
  4. Thanks so Much Linda ☺️
  5. Yes I buy my matboard from the scraps bin at my local framing shop too.. that way I know I’m getting art quality. The smaller off cuts are more than big enough for most Miniature applications and a more manageable size than those huge sheets you get in the store. Cheap as chips too ☺️
  6. Samusa

    Mini Paintings

    Decided to give @Deb's suggestion a whirl and paint a mini picture from the Youtube channel Painting with Jane. This is where I'll put my finished paintings.
  7. I really hope you enjoy it in your special memory house ☺️
  8. Hi all! safe and well here in Oz ... we have been in lockdown since 30 March and all the state borders are closed... there are large fines for breaking the essential rule so that has helped us get onto the right side of the curve with only single digit new cases each day. Myself and my husband work fir an airline so the work situation is a little dicey.. flying both domestically and internationally was shut down some time ago with only repatriation flights and trunk route flights every other day. Hubs has been stood down (20000 of our staff have been stood down) but I am deemed essential as I work in the engineering department. So I still go into work. My role isn’t suited to work from home. I was due to go to the bishop show this year so it’s been quite disappointing to give up that dream but a small price to pay given the alternative. So glad the forum is back up, it’s great to see everyone on here safe and well. Let’s all stay that way!
  9. Half scale Queen Anne kit https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F254524072646 remember windows and doors etc don’t come with this kit. It’s a shell kit
  10. Yes I agree you can’t see the tops when the roof is flipped up... I think it’s the shape of the dormer... the top of the curtain my be recessed out if sight due to the triangular nature of a dormer. Could be wrong, but I think that’s what’s going on. Indeed! If I lived in Ohio I’d be on it.. it’s a lovely house.
  11. If you look at the photo of the exterior with the roof closed you can see the curtains are right way up. It must be an illusion that they look wrong when the roof is open. I think the gathered bottoms are billowing out to make it look like they are attached at the bottom.
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