|I used the kits deck floor as a template for my new one.|
The original fiberboard will be used later for the roof extension *when I get that far.*
|Having added the new floor insert, I sealed it with wood glue and let it dry, then it was time for a mock up.|
|I cut two pieces of foam board to infill the back wall around the french doors, which just fits under the low ceiling beam. The wall inserts are only temporary.|
From front to back, the space is quite deep.
|I did a spacial test of where the fireplace and over-mantle would sit and how wide the living/dining room would be and cut a piece of heavy mat-board to fit the dimensions.|
|No sooner did I get them cut, than I decided that I didn't like the pattern that I had decided on, so I switched it to something different and then began ironing the wood strips onto heavy mat board, using the highest heat and with the Steam OFF|
|and I'm Wrong again!|
|It may not be pretty but it certainly IS unique!|
|This will better illustrate Sam's proposal showing a door leading from the kitchen into the bedroom. And below shows a door that would be on the adjacent wall leading into the bathroom.|
It made far more sense that way
I liked it!!
Thanks Sam! :D
| Norma, ( "Make Mine Mini") made the stack of books atop of my drop leaf table, which she forwarded via Linda Park, |
Thanks Norma! :D
And speaking of Linda Park,
(Linda's Mini World)
feast your eyes on these nautical niceties....
|Linda made this rain slicker and the sou'wester rain hat which|
I simply adore! The hat has all of the stitching that you would find on its full-sized counterpart, it's PERFECT!
if that wasn't enough,
I recently received yet another parcel from Linda containing her hand-made lobster trap and a fishing net which she has hand-knotted herself.
What a Talented lady she is!
|which I hope explains why I'm currently feeling |
Plan B'd out!
time for a nap
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