I am "stuck" in my progress on the Creole Townhouse, so I decided to start work again on the garage. http://jocelynsdollhouse.blogspot.com/2011/10/dollhouse-garage.html I made a tool rack by drilling holes in a square dowel, allowing me to both display and remove the tools. I cut it to fit snug between the two support beams without glue, just in case. I made a shallow work bench because a deeper one wouldn't accommodate the sports car that I have. I used a piece of cork and scrap wood to create the tool rack. The bike hanging on the wall is a 3D sticker. The basketball goal is from a chip bowl that I bought on clearance. I have coach lights to match the house and plan to buy battery operated lights for the inside. Everything was rolling along until it happened... I remembered why I stopped working on the garage, the DOORS!!! I couldn't get them to move smoothly up and down the tracks. I read somewhere that someone had used soap, maybe I am slow but I didn't get how to use it as a lubricant. The doors seem very delicate, which is why I was considering leaving them in the open position permanently. But considering how much the extra door cost, it seemed like a waste of money not to be able to open and close the doors. So "stuck" again (no doors) and moving on.........?
|This is what happens when you leave a bike on the ground LOL|