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1  Re: Wee House Craftalong-Ongoing 2011 in Craftalongs by drayag on: October 03, 2011 05:24:37 PM
I've got half my roof covered with pinecone 'shingles'. Here's a picture of the blank house I'm starting with - a 2 room CD holder:



Then some pine cone carnage as I pulled the shingles off (what's that part of the pine cone called, anyway?).  This was tough on the fingers, and involved cleaning up with goo-gone afterward.



And finally, half the roof.  You can see my shiny E6000, but I think it came out pretty well.  It wasn't easy gluing curved pieces to a flat roof, but I'm excited about my Borrowers' tree house  Smiley



just have to trim the edges yet....

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