It has a lot of cool things which are all recycled of course(-:
The metal roof I found on a walk with the "boys" Whoooof!!! It was rusty and almost the perfect size. I just had to cut off a little bit to make it fit! I covered the edges with different things to have it tie into the rest of the house.
The front door is again a piece of drift wood cut. The little window on the front of the house is an old washer with a piece of mosaic tile cut to fit.
I also added a porch light on this house using an acorn top and a piece of the crash glass that I recycled.
This house is number "81" because that was all the numbers left to choose from.(-:
The back has an old gear and an old washer with a piece of mirror glued in for the window. It also has a stone half wall that was glued and grouted. I love how that turned out, but my favorite part is the patio area(-:
I had the little grapevine fencing and I cut that to fit around the patio area.
I got a close up of that for you. It's so cool.
Misting the mosses on the different houses keeps them alive and green It's also fun to play with(-: Suddenly, I am 7 years old again playing with my dolls(-: What fun!!!(-: I think this has been a healing experience for me making these houses. Not all of us were lucky enough to have a happy childhood. Sometimes creating things helps in that area(-:
Anyhow, I hope you enjoy this series of pictures. I do have one more to finish and then I will be posting pictures of it too!