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Tuesday, 23 July 2013

1/12th Scale 'Oystershell Cottage'

Poor Sam. He's been looking for a house for so long now and never seems to be able to find just the right property. He heard that 'Oystershell Cottage' was up for sale so decided to have a quick look round. There isn't any outside storage for his boat and fishing equipment but I know he likes that clapboarding on the front - it reminds him of his childhood days spent in Kent. Maybe this could be the house for him! He'd better be quick though as the cottage is on ebay right now and might get snapped up at any moment!

Wednesday, 17 July 2013

A 1/12th Scale Seaside Cottage for my Mum

My Mum (who is 93 years old) decided a little while ago that she would like one of my seaside cottages. I have built her one of my simple one up and one down houses - she doesn't have the space for anything bigger) - and we will be delivering it this weekend when we go and visit her. I've added a few pieces of furniture to get her started but those bare windows could really do with some curtains. I will have to see if I can make some before Sunday!

Tuesday, 9 July 2013

A 1/12th Scale Cottage for Quayside

This 1/12th scale cottage with it's cheerful pink front door is headed for Quayside. Paula had just a little space left - just enough for a small house where it can sit alongside two other properties with pretty pastel paintwork.

1/12th Scale Garage/Boatshed

This 1/12th scale garage was a special order for Paula to add to her Quayside village by the sea. She felt the village occupants had nowhere to take their cars and motorbikes when they needed repairing so this little building will become home to the new business.

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Just What Every Village Should Have.........

Just what every village needs - public toilets! These 1/12th scale conveniences are destined for Paula's Quayside village by the sea. Hope they keep them nice and clean!

1/12th Scale French Style Antique Shop

I thought this 1/12th scale French style shop would be great for selling antiques but as always the choice is yours! It could become an art gallery because there is a tiny attic at the top of the building where the starving artist could work!