Sunday, August 15, 2010

The roof is on

. . . and the house is raised up on its big posts.

I painted card with grey acrylic paint and made fine raised 'joins' to resemble metal roofing, put on some ridge flashing, then added white barge boards at the front.

BTW this makes a very inexpensive roof!!

18 comments:

  1. Wow, Glenda, it all looks fantastic! Love the colors, especially, and the roof is perfect. Great job!

    Cia

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  2. HOLY SMOKES!!! LOL, Glenda I haven't been very good about visiting blogs recently and I think I must have missed some steps. I can't believe it's done and it's sooooooooo cute!!!!! You did a super job!!

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  3. Has hecho un trabajo fantastico, me encanta tu casita, enhorabuena es preciosa.
    besitos ascension

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  4. Love the combination of yellow and grey! As I see the Poppets still check the works progress:) Great work!

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  5. It looks wonderful Glenda, I love the colors! I am ready to move in. lol

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  6. It looks warm and fresh at the same time and spreads some joy and happiness just by sight - fantastic.

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  7. ¡Ya está el tejado terminado! ¡Enhorabuena! Te ha quedado una casa preciosa. Besos Clara

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  8. Wow... very nice and summerish. I love the way you made the roof. Great idea!

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  9. Great roof, I like sink roofs in real life too and yours looks perfect!

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  10. Dreamy and beautiful! Great job!!

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  11. Fine work your hand made house is so good and also most beautiful is its roof nice work.

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  12. This is amazing! And such a great idea for the roof!

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  13. I love beautiful and not expensive things!
    Your roof is one of this :-)

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  14. The roof is very effective and the colours go so very well together.

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  15. Wow it looks great...you'd never know it was card lol.

    The grey and yellow go so well together.

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  16. It looks great! Beautiful colors!

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