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Missie
1:04 PM on April 16, 2015 
Aw brilliant lallyp. Yes have a go. It doesnt take that long, unless you have to wait for different colours to dry. I managed to get some different colours of the flocking in little tubs from The Works shop. It is very effective. Use could also use some wool chopped up fine. Lots of tutorials on the web on it.
lallyp
8:29 AM on April 16, 2015 
I have some dull plastic dogs & cats you have inspired me to have a go!
Missie
2:11 PM on April 13, 2015 
Zoe all your comments were worth answering. I am overwhelmed by them. Whats more is that you are inspired phewie, wonderful. I love looking at others houses and work too and feel in awe of their skills.
Zoe H
12:01 PM on April 13, 2015 
Fab!

I love all your miniatures, Missie, thanks for posting photos, I am inspired and have resolved that I MUST make more for my own houses. Sorry to fill your Inbox with comments, I love looking at other peoples' houses and what they have made and am a bit prolific as a result - please don't feel you have to acknowledge all of my comments or you won't get anything else done! xx
Missie
2:04 PM on April 12, 2015 
Hi Jan, I didnt make the cats, just flocked them. They were originally plastic so I thought I'd have a go at flocking as I had seen some wonderful results with it. The large one was my first attempt so I was very pleased with the result, although it can be a but dusty to work with.
Jan
12:49 PM on April 12, 2015 
Hi Missie, you made the cats? The large one is my favourite.

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