The last few weeks has been crazy busy for me. I just returned from vacation and feel like I need another vacation to recuperate. Time away is always good for the soul, especially when it involves family, friends, food, and fun in the sun. I have to admit that I was a little anxious to get back to my miniatures, primary the Build A-long project. The dead line has come and gone. I did complete the exterior; however, the interior is incomplete. I decided to send my photos in anyway; after all it is my first contest/project/build a-long. I am proud of what I accomplished. I am not going to post any pictures just yet. I want to complete the interior. Now that the Build A-long is over, I will work on finishing the Victoria’s Farmhouse. Hope everyone is enjoying their summer! I am having a great summer. Okay, I am going to share what I have been working on for the interior of the Build A-long.
This was my inspiration (above). I think I 'borrowed" this photo from a Craigslist Ad.
The shower walls are constructed from scrap wood and scrap book paper. I used .010 thickness clear styrene plastic sheets for glass doors.
The floor is made from foam board, mat board, and scrap book paper. The drain is a metal grommet found around my house.
I used these items found around my house to make the shower hardware.
This was my inspiration for the hardware ("borrowed" from Google Images).
The handle I made from wood strips and painted metallic silver.
Isn't it amazing what you can create from a little imagination and scraps? A year ago I would have bought a shower. It was fun creating and I love how it turned out.