Working at ground level

Standard

Using card and papier-mache, I’ve finally worked all the way round with the basic street ‘paving’.

theinfill blog – Dolls House Emporium Market Cross kit - homemade roof

Looking for varied levels. It’s going to make standing figures a bit of a problem, but will have to deal with that when I come to it

theinfill blog – Dolls House Emporium Market Cross kit - homemade roof

Started added greenery and the odd puddle and am still working my way round with this trim

theinfill blog – Dolls House Emporium Market Cross kit - homemade roof

As there are all these columns I’ve bought in ivy and other plant kits to make up and dot here and there, along with daisies and buttercups.  I wasn’t particularly good with the small plants last time I tried but am game to give it another go 🙂

Just can’t keep them apart!

One thing not shown here.  Do you recall the three LED torches each with a magnet to hold them in place around the added central column (last posting)?  They were awkward to glue down as they are so close to each other.  Well, they behaved themselves over the last few days, but today the mutual attraction proved stronger than the glue holding one of them and over it shot to its friend on its left and finally off it dropped, magnet, torch and all.  I’ve put it back but have also added short sections of square wood strip between each one and we’ll see if that is enough to prevent magnets migrating.

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