Monday, May 23, 2016

Little French dollhouse parlour

 I know I haven't posted on my blog for quite a few month. Work and sheer laziness have been my downfall. I want so desperately to play in my completed little French house and I can't do that if I don't finish. So thanks to a long rainy weekend I did manage to spend some time on construction. You would be shocked to hear how many hours were spent just to get this far and yes, I did have to do it twice as per my usual MO.
If my work space seems a bit messy, note I cleared the table before starting this wall and this is just how I work it seems.  FYI I am terrible, shockingly terrible at cutting casings. I will persevere.

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  1. Despite they difficulties you say you had cutting out your pieces... Everything looks beautiful!
    I am really glad to hear someone say "play with it"

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    1. Thanks Catherine and Oh, I will play! and I can't wait to buy furniture and accessories!

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  2. Está tomando un aspecto fabuloso!!!!
    Besos.

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    1. Gracias tanto , no puedo esperar hasta que se termine !

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  3. Well done, it looks amazing. Don't put too much pressure on yourself, it's a hobbie and should be enjoyable. What you achieved looks great.
    Hugs
    Si

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    1. You're so right, I need to remember to enjoy the journey. Thanks so much.

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  4. Fantástico, me encanta el detalle de la apertura de las ventanas:-)

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    1. Gracias , es un pequeño proyecto tan encantador y muy divertido de hacer .

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  5. It's looking just lovely.
    All the best
    Vivian

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    1. Thanks Vivian, I love this little project!

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  6. Hello Sculptress,
    It is coming along beautifully. Keep up the great work!\
    Big hug
    Giac

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    1. Thanks Giac, Love, love, love your blog!

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  7. I tried to publish your comment and I have no idea where it went. I am so sorry. Catherine XXX

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    1. No worries, doesn't matter at all. Have a grand day Catherine.

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  8. Hi Skulptress! I think that you have made some terrific progress and I must commend you on your floor. IT ROCKS! I too, have trouble when it comes to cutting casings, but your work looks Great so you must not be as bad as I am.
    Regardless, just keep going because slow and steady wins the race. :D

    elizabeth

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  9. The room is lovely and I really like the window detail. Time definitely well spent.

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  10. how is the French house coming along now?

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  11. how is the French house coming along now?

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