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  1. Does anyone know the Depth measurement (from back to front) of the Adams, Borabora Bungalow & Madison (without the porch)?
  2. Does anyone know the Ceiling heights (from the ground floor to where the roofline begins )for the Primrose, Loganberry Mill, Adams, Madison & Shadybrook Cabin? Thank you for your help!
  3. I quite like the Adams and Madison houses for little shops.
  4. Anna

    Accessories

    Having had some time at hands at home with no major renvotions going on, just sort of relaxing and enjoying that so to speak. That has given me the opportunity of mini-ing and since the Adams is the house I have that isn't emptied out and sits on the table (oh well along with the tray of the Buttercup but that is another story LOL) Christmas was great with lots of minis which allready have made their way into the Adams filling up space and giving it a home and lived in look. We have started talking about the accessories necessary as well ;) there is always something to hunt for right?!? Going to see what I can make myself, have a few ideas on a few tihngs, others I am going to be lazy and buy I suppose, maybe... OK, the bathroom, that really sn't a bathroom as it is short of the actaul tub, but... needs ships, boats and schooners to fill up a shelf along the long side in there, towels and toothbrush and those little things along with some laundry, soap bar, towel rod with towel, purr-haps a sponge as well, hmm think that is about it for now. Then there are still a few items to go into the kitchen, what is depending on the exterior sink-table I have in mind, will see what I can do there LOL In the living room area, there are still a few "bits and pieces" that I want to place on the shelf that goes along the gable overt the door that leads to the bathroom, I have my mind set on those lighthouse plates, those would be neat along with a lighthouse or two... Will see if I can hunt some of those down. It also needs some pet food packets, pet food dishes and some curtains as well as the fabric panels I want to use to enclose the little shelf next to the AGA, oh and there needs to be wood basket as well as a coal thingy and a mope or tall brush for the cleaning. For the upstairs, most of the things are there, have plans for making that short wave radio to go on top of the desk, as well as cutting and rolling those blueprints of lighthouses and ships etc. A wood basket and purr-haps a rug, not sure about the rug thoguh. I warm and cozy blanket in beige, green and brown shades is a must though. There is also this little crawl space up under the attic, I am thinking fishing nets, those netted floating whatever-they-are-called-in-English, cardboard boxes and wooden boxes, oars (I have coffe stirrers to use for that) a coat rack/hangers for the warm coat, a folded knitted sweater, would love one of those beige patterned ones, (one can dream about finding these things right???) I have a plan otherwise to make something to work otherwise, or for now. Then we definitley need fishing gears, a creel (is that what it is called?) and I have an idea about how to make that one with scraps of leather and some sort of evenweave fabric. THen I need to make a few fishing reels as well as fishing poles. Have one but it is sort of bulky for the fishing line holders. And it would be soooo neat to have one of those old kind of diving helmets as well... Purr-haps there is some sort of action figure I can steal that from Hmm, I am sure there will be more added to the "Must" list, but that is it for now.
  5. We'll instead of a Broomerie, there is a seaside cottage, it is inhabited by a single fella' who is a sucker for animals in all shapes and forms, has a few living with him and take in what ever animal needs help. Right now he has a frog who needed some attention that he made a small home for, the doggies are right at home and there is a kitty or two living in the vincinty that comes round when they feel like it. I think Marw the Mole enjoys the garden as well and if I am not misstaken a seagull has taken residence up at the roof top. Oh well, the things these houses tell us huh??? It has been a truly enjoyable experience building this, I added a little to the second storey so that it is full height and then the roof back piece is what I used for the crawl space attic, still lots to do on the interior, but the exterior is mainly together. FUN!
  6. Not sure if you allready read the little "talk" mr Adams and me (with a small comment from Mz Storybook as well...) but today while we were pruning the fruit tree outside I heard a distinct holler from the craft room upstairs, "This is how I want to look..." So we are now talking dressing the exterior with boards instead of what I thought he wanted earlier... >sighs< Oh well... Need to get some flat "stick" boards to add. This willl be a look that I haven't done before, fun and different. I hear talks of shades of green as well, we'll see LOL Hugs
  7. Well, I did get one of those parcels under the tree last year... In it there was an Adams (expected but not knowing anyhow, DH's idea of fun LOL) and a surprise Storybook cottage... Soooo, I thought when the Adams would arrive we had agreed upon it becoming the long awaited "Broomeri" yay!!!! We had allready discussed thos long-distance so to speak, I only needed the measurments to get the broomery straw departments ready so I was really happy when it arrived from under the tree.. The other day we had a little talk, which started something like this: Adams: Wellll, I would like to be taller Me: Mmm, OK, we can always add to the second floor, OK with you? Adams: Yes, that sounds fine. .... Adams: And I would like an exterior shower... Me: Shower >clueless< ???? Adams: Well, yesm that would be neat Me: Ok, hmm, that could work, I can add the shower to one of the gables? Adams, perfect, and then I would also like an exterior dishwashing thinmgy, OK? Me ???? Adams: Do you think anyone would do that insid ME??? Me: Ohhh, I see your point, well let me see where I could get the sink, and ummm, well these pictures ought to do, what do you think about this? Ada;: Yes I think that ought to work really well. Me: OK then, I will see what we can do Adams: Oh and I would also like stair to the second floor. Me: Ummm, OK, inside or outside version, Adams: Not sure just yet, will let you know... Interrupted by a giggle... Adams: Shhhhhh! More gigglin' : "Have you told her yet????" Adams: No, be silent! "Ohhhhh, but I wanna' tell, I wanna'... Adams: >sigh< Oh well, allright then.. Now the Storybook darling chimes in (sheesh I AM hearing voices...) SB: Ohhhh, I have the perfect thing in here for Mr A- MeZ >sighs< ummm, OK, I'll bite... What do you mean dear? SB: You just take out the instructions and look at the sheet over the pieces of furniture, do you see it mentioning a "Captain's bed" by any chance? Me: Yes I do? SB: Well, punch them out you silly thing... Me: OK... Punching out, sanding, preparing, putting together and staining as well as sanding again, sealing... Ahhh, bliss! Looks lovley! Adams: Aren't you forgetting something? SB just giggles, silly girl! She also mentions she wants a colour scheme in the lines with blueberries and milk and a darker version to complement that... Adams: Back to me please..... Now SB you please keep silent in that box now for a while, the light is on me here, OK? SB: Hmpf... we'll see about that won't we???... Me: OK, so you what were you saying???? Adams: Mmmmm, I want a soft looking facade, and then a greyish roof, perhaps some wear and tear there, a nice little garden, even a kitchen garden, wooden floors, you with me so far??? Me: Mmmm.... >busy keeping records on the sketch pad< Adams: I want small windows, with mullions, there is some attention needed to those by the owner though, look they have cracks and wear allover Me: >great, now I am not just hearing voiced I am seeing things as well...< mmm, we can do that, and perhaps add a can of paint open outside the house as a bad reminder? Adams: See, now you are with me! On to the floors then, dark stained and I want some dark woodwork inside as well, you know Deb had this gorgeous sandy-abondoned flair to hers?? Me: Oh yes, I do know that one, it is gorgeous in its abondoned state! Adams: That kind of woodwork, and a heater upstairs, it is windy here. Me: Windy? Well, hmm, perhaps it is? Adams: Yep, definitley is!
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