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Sunday, 7 April 2013

Wee Scottish Houses.

Here we are again another 2 weeks flashing by. This time I have two little wooden houses to show you all. The first is the 'wee house on the cliff'
The £ coin is to give a scale to how big this wee house is.


Side view and you can see there is a loooong drop into the sea!

The sailing boat is already to set sail for a fishing trip.

 Next is the 'wee house in the wood
                                       
Nestling in amongst the trees, with the light shining in the top window, the owner must be getting ready for some shut eye!

The trees are made from stiffened fabric with a matchstick sandwiched inbetween.

                                              Both together
They are rather addictive to make.....good job we have lots of wood so I can whittle away to my hearts content!!

This weeks linky parties are;
Saturday;
michellestastycreations.
submarine-sunday-26.
Sunday;
handmadeharbour.blogspot.
sewmanyways.blog 
Monday;
the-chicken-chick
thededicatedhouse
Tuesday;
thediydreamer
Wednesday;
lavendergardencottage.blogspot.
finecraftguild.
Thursday;
thebusybhive.blogspot
Friday;
 craftionary.net







21 comments:

  1. Oh wow, I took one look at your thumbnail pic over at Handmade Harbour and had to come straight over, love love love your models :)
    I've got some fairy houses on the go using fire wood kindling. I agree they are very addictive.

    Jan x

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  2. Wow! Amazing -especially when you pointed out their size compared to a pound coin!

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  3. wow. These are amazing! I love the detail you have included - the little stepping stones are lovely :)

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  4. They are beautiful, I love them. The details are incredible and I can't quite believe how small they are. Brilliant. xx

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  5. Awww they are gorgeous! I love how detailed they are and yet how small :-) Simmi x

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  6. More little houses. They are really lovely. I think it is hard appreciate how small they are.

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  7. It's hard to believe how detailed these are, despite their tiny size! They are wonderful

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  8. I didn't realise how small they were till you put the £1 coin in the picture! Great detail and must be fun to do!

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  9. I can't believe how much detail has gone into something so small. They're amazing !!!! xx

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  10. Oh they are wee houses! I've never seen a pound coin look so big :) They are absolutely gorgeous, i especially love the cheery red roofs! x

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  11. Really lovely, I think the sailing boat on the house on the cliff is a great touch :)

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  12. These are beautiful and delicate. You must have a steady hand working on something so small.

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  13. Gorgeous little creations. The detail is fantastic :)


    Janice x

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  14. Oh they are lovely. I especially like the wee one on the cliff because of the boats and waves around the bottom.

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  15. The houses are really pretty and the detail is amazing. I'm also very impressed that they are carved and so small. Thanks for sharing.
    Ali x

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  16. This is very creative and the house with a sailing boat is adorable! xx

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  17. Fantastic houses, you've done a great job with them.
    Wish you pleasant weekend!

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  18. Oh my goodness me! Never seen anything like it. They are sooooo twee. Love them both. Hugs Mrs A.

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  19. oh my word! i love your wooden minature houses. how cute and very marine-type with those white walls. very creative.
    you've been very busy!
    waiting for more of these cute houses.

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  20. These are so cute! Great idea!
    Sherry

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