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  1. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close-up of the exterior Stonework/tarnished metal Medallion that sits above the front door. I made it using egg cartons, gesso, Paperclay, and acrylic paint. And yes, I sketched this out first. XD More info on the blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  2. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close-up of the Kitchen. The walls are scrapbooking paper, except for the door which is painted bass wood. The floor was made by cutting baked Polymer clay sheets into tile pieces that I glued to graph paper and sealed with polyurethane. With the exception of the tea kettle, everything in this photo was hand made out of some of the following; Egg cartons Popsicle sticks Bass/balsa wood Various papers/cardboard Polymer clay Plastic bottle tops Pipe cleaners Craft foam Aluminum wire Rocks/sticks from outside Beads Fabric Glass mosaic pieces Acrylic paint Polycrylic Read about the whole project and see more photos on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  3. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close-up of an industrial spring bar stool, found in the Kitchen. The industrial springs are really pipe-cleaners, sealed, painted, and then sealed/painted 2-3 more times after that (They really are springy). The seat portions are plastic bottle tops, stretched out cotton balls, and cotton fabric. Read about the whole project and see more photos on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  4. Steampunk House Kitchen fullview

    From the album The Steampunk House

    This is the Kitchen. The walls are scrapbooking paper, except for the door which is painted bass wood. The floor was made by cutting baked Polymer clay sheets into tile pieces that I glued to graph paper and sealed with polyurethane. With the exception of the tea kettle, everything in this photo was hand made out of some of the following; Egg cartons Popsicle sticks Bass/balsa wood Various papers/cardboard Polymer clay Plastic bottle tops Pipe cleaners Craft foam Aluminum wire Rocks/sticks from outside Beads Fabric Glass mosaic pieces Acrylic paint Polycrylic Read about the whole project and see more photos on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  5. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close-up of the eclectic tile floor, found in the Kitchen. It was only supposed to cover half of the room, but at the last minute I expanded to design to fit the entire space. Thin strips of polymer clay, hand cut into tiles, and glued onto graph paper. Some of the corrugated scrapbooking paper, from he fireplace's back-splash and some gold wrapping paper were also mixed in to help tie the whole room together. Everything was then sealed with Polyurethane. Read about the whole project and see more photos on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  6. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close-up of a counter unit, found in the Kitchen. The mosaic portion of the counter top swivels away from the wall to create extra bar/table space for guests, and then slides back up against the wall to allow more walking room in a very cramped space. Yeah, I put a little too much thought into this dollhouse. XD The main counter is a mix of balsa wood Popsicle sticks, string, paper, craft foam, acrylic paint, aluminum wire, and rocks (weight to anchor the mosaic section). The portion that swivels is made from real glass mosaic pieces, grouted with a mix of craft foam, Polycrylic, and black paint. More info on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  7. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close-up of the fireplace, found in the Kitchen. It's loosely based on a small houseboat fireplace I saw during a trip to 1000 Islands, NY. Made to look like riveted brass, it's made out of balsa wood, egg carton, paper, polymer clay, and metallic gold/matte black acrylic paint. The back splash is corrugated scrapbooking paper on cardboard. It's the same corrugated paper used for the shingles on this house, but I cut it to look more like tiles. Both the fireplace and back splash have been sealed with Polycrylic, which also adds to the shine. The logs are sticks from outside, given a light wash of white gesso to give them a nice color contrast from the fireplace. More info on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  8. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close-up of the eclectic tile floor, found in the Kitchen. It was only supposed to cover half of the room, but at the last minute I expanded to design to fit the entire space. Thin strips of polymer clay, hand cut into tiles, and glued onto graph paper. Some of the corrugated scrapbooking paper, from he fireplace's back-splash and some gold wrapping paper were also mixed in to help tie the whole room together. Everything was then sealed with Polyurethane. Read about the whole project and see more photos on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  9. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close up of the Kitchen. The walls are scrapbooking paper. The floor was made by cutting baked Polymer clay sheets into tile pieces that I glued to graph paper and sealed with polyurethane. With the exception of the tea kettle, everything in this photo was hand made out of some of the following; Egg cartons Popsicle sticks Bass/balsa wood Various papers/cardboard Polymer clay Plastic bottle tops Pipe cleaners Craft foam Aluminum wire Rocks/sticks from outside Beads Fabric Glass mosaic pieces Acrylic paint Polycrylic More info on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  10. Steampunk House Stone Wall Detail

    From the album The Steampunk House

    These are a couple close-ups on the exterior stone walls, that I made using egg cartons, gesso, Paperclay, and acrylic paint. More info on the blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  11. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close up of some of the hand made pottery in the basement. Materials; Strips of paper Glue Gesso Acrylic paint Polyurethane More info on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  12. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close up of the basement's packed stone floor, made from pieces of painted egg carton. More info on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  13. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close up of the basement's wooden ceiling, made out of stained Popsicle sticks and balsa wood. More info on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  14. Steampunk House Basement Fullview

    From the album The Steampunk House

    This is the basement. I made the walls/floor/ceiling using egg cartons, balsa wood/Popsicle sticks, gesso, Paperclay, and acrylic paint. The pottery was also hand made from paper, glue, gesso, acrylic paint, and polyurethane. The bucket(I stained it), tiny seashells, and giant pewter pendant were purchased. More info on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  15. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close up on part of the basement. I made the walls/floor/ceiling using egg cartons, balsa wood/Popsicle sticks, gesso, Paperclay, and acrylic paint. The door handle is a tiny piece of cord, looped through a small hole. More info on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  16. From the album The Steampunk House

    This is a close up on part of the basement. I made the walls/floor/ceiling using egg cartons, balsa wood/Popsicle sticks, gesso, Paperclay, and acrylic paint. The pottery was also hand made from paper, glue, gesso, acrylic paint, and polyurethane. The giant pewter pendant was purchased. More info on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  17. The Steampunk House Exterior, Front

    From the album The Steampunk House

    The Steampunk House, the end result of a lengthy blog challenge/contest. (The 12 0z can of Loganberry is for size reference) It was a quirky cabinet, but now it's a Steampunk themed dollhouse. How cool is that? More info on the blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  18. From the album The Steampunk House

    The Steampunk House, the end result of a lengthy blog challenge/contest. It was a quirky cabinet, but now it's a Steampunk themed dollhouse. How cool is that? More info on the blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  19. Steampunk House Exterior Detail

    From the album The Steampunk House

    These are several close-ups of the exterior, stone walls, corrugated scalloped shingles, and real wood paneling. I made it all using egg cartons, balsa wood, scrap booking paper, gesso, Paperclay, and acrylic paint. More info on the blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/

    © Kyle Lefort 2013