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If dampening doesn't do it, try what I did with the curved part of my Glencroft's roof and score the underside through the first layer of plywood and then dampen with HOT water and work on the curve.  If clamping doesn't do it try a heavy-duty stapler.  I'm also working on a Lily, nowhere near ready for that mansard roof yet, but if it gives my any grief I'll go pick up some sheets of matboard and trace the roof parts onto that and use it instead.

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20 hours ago, havanaholly said:

If dampening doesn't do it, try what I did with the curved part of my Glencroft's roof and score the underside through the first layer of plywood and then dampen with HOT water and work on the curve.  If clamping doesn't do it try a heavy-duty stapler.  I'm also working on a Lily, nowhere near ready for that mansard roof yet, but if it gives my any grief I'll go pick up some sheets of matboard and trace the roof parts onto that and use it instead.

thank you for your help, good luck with your lily. I'm going to put a fairy garden on top of the roof.

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