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In response to: Ivy Hollow - tree, part 4

Comment from: Sherrill [Visitor]
Beautiful!
12/11/19 @ 15:38

In response to: Ivy Hollow - tree, part 4

Comment from: Jodi [Visitor]
Incredible, Brae! The branching and leaf distribution couldn't be more perfect!
12/11/19 @ 13:58

In response to: Ivy Hollow - tree, part 4

Comment from: Jeanne [Visitor]
Beautiful!
12/11/19 @ 07:11

In response to: Ivy Hollow - tree, part 4

Comment from: Barbara [Visitor]
Such lovely colours!
12/11/19 @ 04:25

In response to: Ivy Hollow - tree, part 4

Comment from: Debora L. [Visitor]
I love it!
12/11/19 @ 04:14

In response to: Ivy Hollow - tin roof

Comment from: Anna [Visitor]
I love your corrugated iron roof. That 'crimper-thingy-mijiggy' is just brilliant! Anna
12/11/19 @ 03:28

In response to: Ivy Hollow - tree, part 4

Comment from: Sheila Lester [Visitor]
So pretty! Love how it looks.
12/11/19 @ 03:22

In response to: Ivy Hollow - tin roof

Comment from: ann [Visitor]
The roof looks quite authentic and so simply created. Well done.
12/10/19 @ 13:55

In response to: Ivy Hollow - tin roof

Comment from: Sheila Lester [Visitor]
I really like how it looks. Not decrepit but it isn't brand new either. Well done!
12/09/19 @ 23:14

In response to: Making a 1/12 scale horse - part 6

Comment from: Sheila [Visitor]
He's so handsome!
12/09/19 @ 16:01

In response to: Making a 1/12 scale horse - part 6

Comment from: Barbara [Visitor]
So interested to watch this process - I have an appaloosa mare that could use a makeover. Jeb is going to be very handsome!
12/09/19 @ 01:26

In response to: Making a 1/12 scale horse - part 6

Comment from: Sherrill [Visitor]
The face of the horse looks amazing. I’m sure the added mane will add even more realism. Good luck with your submittal.
12/09/19 @ 01:19

In response to: Making a 1/12 scale horse - part 6

Comment from: Debora L. [Visitor]
I love how you’ve painted the face. :D
12/08/19 @ 23:01

In response to: Ivy Hollow - random progress

Comment from: azteclady [Visitor]
So much happening behind the scenes in this final stretch. It's so exciting for us, but I can't imagine how much build, how many little details you have to cram in so few days. Keeping my fingers crossed you have time to do everything you want to do. Good luck!
12/08/19 @ 11:37

In response to: Ivy Hollow - tree, part 3

Comment from: Martha Hansen [Visitor]
It is really nice to have followed the progress of your post office. I have learned so much from you. Thank you for sharing!
12/07/19 @ 23:53

In response to: Ivy Hollow - tree, part 3

Comment from: Anna [Visitor]
It looks like hours of 'fun' ahead. I have not doubt it will look fabulous in all its autumn glory. Anna X
12/04/19 @ 23:16

In response to: Ivy Hollow - tree, part 3

Comment from: Sheila [Visitor]
It's going to be lovely!
12/04/19 @ 17:53

In response to: Mail Wagon - part 12

Comment from: betsy rogers [Visitor]
Hi Brae! I know I've said it before, but I am always so impressed at the tiny interior details you add... like the latch for the (pretend) hinged window!!! And the research involved to make the realism you accomplish is just amazing! I am loving this mail wagon!
12/02/19 @ 13:25

In response to: Mail Wagon - part 12

Comment from: Chris M. [Visitor]
I just love your attention to detail. BTW, it looks your sliding bolt latch is from Steve Goode.
12/02/19 @ 02:50

In response to: Ivy Hollow - landscaping, part 1

Comment from: Sheila Lester [Visitor]
I think it'll turn out great! I can't wait to see the post office set in place.
12/02/19 @ 00:44