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PostPosted: Tue Mar 22, 2022 4:24 pm 
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Greetings to all…

The patterns for this house were to be published on the forum at the first of the year…but were put on the “work-in-progress but not completed” list up until now…

The house was inspired by several similar ones I’ve seen on the internet and auction sites…basically it's just a simple house covered in brick printed paper and an illuminated tree in place of a side room…

I had sent my long-time e-friend and forum member, Steve, rough patterns of the main pieces in advance…so he got a head start…and his truly has a vintage look…you can see it at this link…

http://www.cardboardchristmas.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2105

By the way...Steve's homemade flocked brick paper is really unique…perhaps he’ll share some of the details with us…

Here are two pictures of the version I built…three pattern sheets, photos and some notes will be posted soon…stay tuned…

Howard…


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I love it great pattern!!


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UPDATE...02/23/2022...

Here are the three PDF pattern sheets...


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Another fabulous house---love that "lit" tree on both yours and Steve's.


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