Saturday, June 22, 2013

Barton Cottage 3

Hello dear readers and followers, on the photo  below you can see  that I make the house into separate partitions so that I can easily work anywhere, later I glue it all together.
It looks a mess huh,  but... see the other pictures, so it must be.
Upstairs now the wooden paneling is ready.

It's not quite the same Barton Cottage... but also a bit of myself.

The floor is made of weathered wood waste/schrats,the paneling,  strips of construction shop.
The blue gray wall I painted with, paint mixed with bird sand / shell sand, now it looks like structure.
Still much to do,  till next time,  greetings to you all.

8 comments:

  1. Very nice progress. I know it will end up as beautiful as all your other projects.
    Hugs, Drora

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  2. Cuanto trabajo, esta quedando fantástico, espero verlo finalizado, seguro que es una maravilla.
    Un abrazo.
    Yolanda

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  3. I like the progress.
    Greetings, Faby

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  4. Menuda construcción, te va a quedar preciosa. Me encanta.

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  5. ;-) je gaat als een speer en t'is prachtig werk ...!!
    gr Edward

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  6. Oh, deze had ik kennelijk gemist! Wat een mooi huis wordt het Gonda, het ziet er al geweldig uit!

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  7. I am a great Austen fun & I simply adore this Project. Cant wait to see it completed! See for inpsiration my Chawton roobox on http://www.janeausten.co.uk/create-jane-austens-room-box-dollhouse-style/
    You can order your Dashwood family on Costume Cavacalde dolls. Teresa has a wonderful collection of Regency dolls. She made my Jane Austen and I am very pleased! (http://www.costumecavalcade.co.uk/regency.htm)
    Good luck!

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