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  1. WyckedWood


    From the album: Dura Craft Tudor by WyckedWood

    Got the stove finished, turned out cute spray painted with an ivory shade.
  2. From the album: Steampunk

    <p>Just light the steam maker, crank up the steam and soak your troubles away!</p>

    © Debra A. Morin

  3. From the album: Steampunk

    Staged the Steampunk summerhouse to see what would fit. Lady Rebecca said this little robot comes in real handy around the house, she's going to teach it how to do laundry next....

    © Debra A. Morin

  4. From the album: Steampunk

    <p>&lt;p&gt;Here you go! The ultimate in convenience. Steam adjustment knobs on the left, pressure selection on the right and built in fan for noxious odors. A little tricky to flush as you have to dodge the fan blades, but it is first generation. Enjoy!&lt;/p&gt;</p>

    © Debra A. Morin

  5. From the album: Steampunk

    Thought the Chrysnbon schoolhouse clock could use some steampunk!

    © Debra A. Morin

  6. From the album: Steampunk

    <p>&lt;p&gt;This went through a few different versions, but settled on this one. I had used the faucets and drain on other projects so had to come up with my own. No gears or chains on this one, but the tub will make up for it! LOL!&lt;/p&gt;</p>

    © Debra A. Morin

  7. From the album: Steampunk

    Here's the local chapter having tea.....

    © Debra A. Morin

  8. From the album: Steampunk

    The newest addition to the steampunk endeavors! ;Started with a Chrysnbon grandfather clock kit and just went from there!

    © Debra A. Morin

  9. From the album: Steampunk

    This is a watch face from a watch I tore apart and bits and bobs that looked steampunky.

    © Debra A. Morin

  10. From the album: Steampunk

    Used a few more of Vicki's gears and just had fun putting this together!

    © Debra A. Morin

  11. From the album: Steampunk

    Added a valve to the steam tank so Sherlock can regulate how much steam he needs...don't want him to go rocketing across the room!

    © Debra A. Morin

  12. From the album: Steampunk

    From this view, you can see the water tank with gauge which also serves as a counterweight

    © Debra A. Morin

  13. CheckMouse

    New Bathroom

    From the album: My First Dollhouse

    The laundry basket is a solid piece of wood, covered with a basket-weave fabric, and gouged out at the top to make room for a few "clothes" - which are scraps of cloth.

    © checkmouse

  14. CheckMouse


    From the album: My First Dollhouse

    After dismantling the bookcase dollhouse, I recycled the Chrysnbon bathroom kit into a roombox. This is the second rendition of it - the first one was made to fit the bathroom window of our home, but when we moved it didn't fit the next house, so I redid it to fit on a shelf.

    © checkmouse

  15. From the album: Steampunk

    Just a touch of whimsy....(I just love that word!)

    © Debra A. Morin

  16. From the album: Steampunk

    Now the candle can burn safely....as long as it doesn't catch the drapes on fire..hmmm

    © Debra A. Morin

  17. From the album: Steampunk

    Sherlock found the clock to be a bit top heavy, so made some practical adjustments....

    © Debra A. Morin

  18. From the album: Steampunk

    Had lots of fun with gears and parts here--really looks like it does something!

    © Debra A. Morin

  19. From the album: Steampunk

    Lots of little pieces here including gears from Vicki's timer!

    © Debra A. Morin

  20. From the album: Chrysnbon Kit Builds For My Orchid

    This is the preliminary build before finishing of the Chrysnbon stove for the kitchen of my Orchid.
  21. Sunday 1/5/14 Yesterday, the stove kit was started. We took a break after 3 hrs to let the glue set. All that was left were the feet and the knobs, and small final assembly. It was completed today. I don't think I'm going to use the stove "tile mat" that came with the stove. I don't care for it and most of the 1900's stoves I've been looking at don't seem to have anything on the floor under the stoves. So I think I'll omit it or create something else to go under there. All in all I love the stove and total work time was about 3.75 hours.
  22. Friday January 3rd 2014 Today I worked on the Chrysnbon stove I purchased off of Ebay. I loved this stove the minute I saw it and figured it would be an easy build since I have had model building experience putting together models since I was about 8. So while I had the spare time, I gathered the stove kit, my exacto blade kit, my Tamiya cement (I can't say enough great things about this cement, I love it) and a mug of coffee. Three hours later, most of it is done. I'm a perfectionist and I won't hurry any model building I do. The stove is drying, the feet need to go on and I
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