The striped awning is on. The gray shingles are almost done.
Inside, I hinged the door in place and the window trims are painted.
I'm starting to paint all the stucco and stones.
I'm going for a very old look just like the cafes in Paris. So I used a moss green and a lighter green to make those moldy drip marks under the windows.
First of all, can you please put that first photo onto PINTEREST?? One of my boards is "Striped Things" and I want this on there please! :)ReplyDelete
I will also re-pin to my "Dollhouses" board. :)
Bottom line: BEAUTIFUL WORK!
Me encanta como te está quedando la fachada!!! Muy buen trabajo!!ReplyDelete
loving this one!! :D Linda xxxxReplyDelete
SUPERBE!!!! Il n'y a pas d'autre mot!ReplyDelete
The Cafe is getting fabulous! A great job. ;)ReplyDelete
It looks very nice.ReplyDelete
Que bien combinas colores y texturas, te esta quedando fantastica.ReplyDelete
Me encanta como piensas en los mas minimos detalles, como por ejemplo en el tono verdoso del moho de las ventanas, genial!!!
It's coming along beautifully! Can't wait to see it finished! I love your work... good job!ReplyDelete
It looks fantastic. I love watching your progress. I enjoy visiting your blog.ReplyDelete
Te esta quedando un café precioso.ReplyDelete
I love the French Cafe! The striped awning is perfect...Magic ;)ReplyDelete
I can see it will be fantastic!ReplyDelete
Hi Caroline, it looks more and more French, I like the green drip marks under the windows and the little bleu house number, that is typically French.ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend !!
Hugs Mieke xxx
Always wonderful doll houses!!ReplyDelete
Oh Wow! I love it! Every time I come here I am thrilled to see what you are creating. You really amaze me with your ability to create such fantasies. I am lucky to "know" you and get to witness it.ReplyDelete
The awning is so sweet! I love what you're doing with the exterior so far. =)ReplyDelete
This is looking really fun! I love the mossy bits! :-)ReplyDelete