Saturday, February 19, 2011

Bits and Bods this week...i'm all over the place :)

I did a bit of this and a bit of that this week...i really should concentrate on one house at a time lol
Firstly i dug out the scratch half scale and actually stuck the roof on!!! wow go me!! lol put on the battons too and the first coat of paint...


was all go go go to age it and then...... the postman arrived.......
 oooooooooooo woohooo a fabulous new tall Palm Tree to go in my Victorian Beacon Hill Extravaganza waiting room (still unfinished hence the wires and lack of a rug)...then i had to play with the Beacons lol
Then...i was cooking the tea and looking at the Shabby House....hmmmmmmmmm Carmen did mention that she could see my Tea Rooms spreading onto the courtyard...guess what!!! they did!!!
 Just playing around with that still...i like it but the fence needs plants and viney things....o and i havent glued the walls on yet lol
oooo and i havent showed my other treasures that i got  :D
Fabulous hats from Kat and a wonderful Dragon from Nicky yayyyyyyyyy
Another exciting event too :) made a new friend Chrissy who has made a fabulous WWII dollhouse...i had to downsize my WWII things but i love what she has done and may have to get that kit!!! lol
Hope you like my crazy 'attention span of a gnat' week
Linda x

18 comments:

  1. Lovely pictures! At the end you did a lot this week! I relly like the pirate hat and tresure chest!

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  2. its brilliant to see all your projects Linda! I dont think a house ever does get finished and its nice to be able to potter around from one to the other :) So glad wee one arrived :o)!! I love the 24th scale house :) have a great weekend! xxx

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  3. You're certainly on a roll at the moment and you're right, the palm tree is wonderful. I like the cafe out onto the pavement as well - makes room for more stuff too!

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  4. I love your half scale house! The palm looks great and what a great package of goodies :)

    Victoria ♥

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  5. wow....thats a nice lookin scratch built!!! where did ya get that???

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  6. Linda, You were all over the place!! LOL.....but like someone else mentioned you really did accomplish a lot of things! I really love how your 1/2 scale house is coming out! I love your style!!

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  7. Love the expansion to the tea shop. The 1/2 scale house looks fantastic so far. So many things accomplished! =)

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  8. A mi me pasa lo que a ti no soy capaz de centrarme en una sola cosa, pero creo que a ti te cunde más la semana que a mi, y encima todo es precioso. Besos

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  9. LOL its nice to see I'm not the only person thats so easily distracted :o) Oooo look shiny.......

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  10. That house looks great. The roof is stunning!

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  11. What a wonderful house and pictures with a huge amount of lovely miniatures .Jeannette

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  12. Found your lovely blog and spent some time here. Wonderful houses and projects, Linda! Like the the roof of your 1/24 scle house so far. And also the amazing hats and the little dragon, too cute this little guy. I have also some of Nickys little dragons :-)

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  13. I don't know how I missed your blog. I just found it and immediately joined your followers. The house above is fantastic. I'll be back soon.

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  14. Wonderful to see that someone else flits from one project to another! I've stopped feeling guilty and making excuses and so now accept it's me and how I work! Love your tea rooms ouside, it reminds me of summer.... Gill x

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  15. Your work in the shabby chic is so good, love all the pale colours you have used. Cant wait for you to get and strat on your new wartime project, i loved doing mine so much. Wonderful pictures Linda to come on too xx

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