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 Post subject: Re: Tri Tower Castle...
PostPosted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:31 am 
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Barb...

it's cute as a button!...and that vintage Santa is the crowing touch in place of the tower...wish you would consider posting a "family portrait" of all the "minis" you've made...

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Hi Barb,

I purchased that online from Paper Mart. It is item number 2631212. It comes in 12 x 12 inch single faced corrugated cardboard.

Check your email for more info.


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This house is a monster, LOVE how tall it is. I remember seeing it come up on ebay. Glad y'all are tackling it, they look wonderful!
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I'm happy to be able to start priming!!


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Nice work Lynn! Looks like a lot of hand cutting on the "picket" edges... better you than me kid!


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Lynn...

i am "super impressed" with your version of the castle...i see very careful layout lines, precision cuts and attention to details...i believe this is going to be your masterpiece build of 2019...

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This is looking so good lynn. So precise.


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