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Finally finished my Sagamore Hill Library room box

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Finally finished the Sagamore Hill Library room box in half scale.  It took 16 months, which was a little longer than the year I predicted at the outset. :) For my final set of pictures, I included some comparison shots with the real room.  You can see them here:   http://www.greenleafdollhouses.com/forum/?app=gallery&module=gallery&controller=browse&album=8269   

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That is beautiful! I love how you contrasted a real-life picture with your recreation of it. Makes it doubly impressive. Brava!

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Deborah, what a marvelous result --- definitely time well spent. :) 

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Who cares how long it took?  You so totally nailed it!

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I love it! Great job! :clap:

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The comparison photos are as delightful as your brilliant execution of this roombox.  Bravo my friend!

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Such beautiful workmanship! I love all the details. Nice!

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