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I am off to a good start for the New Year! I was working on this project on Christmas Day and on New Year's Day too. I did not mind, it is fun work designing these little buildings. A real paper house binge! This set will sit on the top of a 6" long by 3/4" deep dollhouse miniature fireplace mantel or shelf or on a table top. If you trim the roofs so the sides of the buildings touch, as in the real neighborhoods of this type the group will be about 5 1/4" inches or so long. If you need it shorter then just take some of of the buildings and use them elsewhere. That need for adjusting the group to a custom length is why I am leaving the roofs untrimmed. It is easy to trim the roof back flush with a pair of detail scissors or very sharp craft knife.
The lineup of the prototypes for "Old Town" the first release of the Tiny Village series that will happen in early 2014. I like to put them together and take a photo and stare at them for a while. This is an important design tool. I can see that I need to adjust window sizes on a couple of the buildings. But overall I am fairly well satisfied. So just a couple of days of fiddling with minor details and I can start on the assembly instructions.
I am working on a new way to light this group with LEDS but before I get into that I have to get the supplies and run some experiments.
tags: winterhuisjes, paper houses, cardstock houses buildings, glitter houses, putz, Christmas village, miniature, micro, paper Christmas village
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