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French house
I made the stones for the 2 edd walls. and now wish I had made some stone floor tiles insted of adding the victorian floor paper. but it did look a bit french.
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4:42 AM on February 20, 2010 
Hi Sally-Ann,
I cheated and got a stencil from bromley crafts for my brick work but have yet to pluck up the courage to use it as it's for the outside but yours is really good. I also got some of thier wooden flooring which you iron on - nows thats odd!!! but it works, I like floors tiles but I think it's busy if used in every room (just my opinion). The tudor hobbies plans I asked about was because the 16th scale furniture looks lost and the 12 th is huge and I wanted to check out the size of it, not that is matters much because mine falling apart and I added another floor.
11:05 AM on February 6, 2010 
Thanks Beatrice, I used air drying clay, (simples'), and use a mix of grout and PVA to stick them on also used this on the two upstairs walls above to give a rough plaster effect, which is'nt too rough.
2:45 AM on February 3, 2010 
it's a lovely kitchen. I love the stone wall.
10:57 AM on January 31, 2010 
I love your stone walls.I made a French shabby chic house and was going to put stones on the end walls but it is rather large and I realised I wouldn't be able to move it!!!so I ended up using paper instead,but I made terracotta tiles for the kitchen floor.There are pictures in my gallery ( Joans houses Cumbria).There is also a red house which is French on there,just in case it gives you any more ideas!

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