Friday, July 14, 2017

Hip Roofed Square Farmhouse Finished with Landscaping

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You can find the information on all the details of the Hip Roofed Square Farmhouse here.












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10 comments:

  1. Looks great. Do you have a website where you sell your houses?.

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    1. No, I am going to sell them at a gallery in my hometown during the month of October as a fundraiser for the local Habitat for Humanity.

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  2. Hi Lucy. Thanks for the compliment and for answering my question. This house is wonderful! Your siding is so realistic looking and the different crackles add to the effect. I really love the "feel" of this house. I love that you used moss from the side of the road! That was a great landscaping solution and I'm glad the straw bundle didn't go up in flames! ;) Nice work, as usual.

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  3. i love this house! It is one of my favorites so far! I really like the way you did the siding!

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  4. So wonderful to see it completed with it's landscaping Lucy! The aged siding and wired fencing really create the abandoned house atmosphere! Thank you for joining us in the A Vintage Journey challenge - All Squared up! Julia xx

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  5. Brilliantly squared up! I always love a clapboard house, and I always love a bit of decay, so this makes me very happy!
    Alison x

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  6. Well, Lucy, you know how I love a good Halloween house, and this one's a beaut! Your haphazard siding is perfectly falling apart--just the way I like it! And that roof is incredible! I had a good laugh at the near fire...shouldn't laugh really--it's a bad thing, but it's more of a "I've been there, done that" kind of laugh. Awesome square house, Lucy and perfect for our All Squared Up challenge at A Vintage Journey! Hugs!

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  7. I never tire of seeing your houses Lucy- this being no exception. Absolutely love it! I'd happily move in tomorrow. :) So creative and inspiring.
    tfs
    x

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  8. Oh my gosh, this is fabulous Lucy, love the fabulous siding and air of mystery! Thanks so much for joining us at A Vintage Journey, Deb xo

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  9. You definitely blew us away with this project and I'm so happy to see it as a winner! (There were comments from the team like, "I want to move in there - it's so cool!") LOL! Well done and thanks so much for playing with us this month. Hugs, Autumn

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