A sunny day in Tradgardland today and I set a challenge for my three daughters- paint a house made out of a breakfast biscuit box to be used as wargaming scenery.
Here are the results-
Please vote for your favourite by leaving a comment below. Watch out for the houses being included in a game very soon.
All good but I vote for number 3 the Blue House!ReplyDelete
Agreed. I like them all, but #3 is my favorite. A lovely shade of mid-blue. Well done to all the girls!ReplyDelete
Any or all would look great on table. My vote is for #1.ReplyDelete
But well done to all of the girls.
My wife thinks that #3 looks like Madeline's house - it needs 12 little girls in two straight lines!ReplyDelete
Well done to all involved, but my favorite is #1.ReplyDelete
#2. There are simply too few yellow houses on our gaming tables.ReplyDelete
I suspect number 3 is bigger on the inside...ReplyDelete
I can't choose between them, they're all good, so I will go with #2. :)
No. 1 gets my vote, it has a nice Wellsian country cottage look to it. A cunning plan to get the siblings making your scenery! you could get them to try some trees next.ReplyDelete
Contestant No.1 has a classic look which I like best, however the other buildings have unique charms of their own.ReplyDelete
Couldn't possibly choose....they all look great. Well done girls.ReplyDelete
Number 1, the others are good tooReplyDelete
Now that's what I call parenting!ReplyDelete
Well done to the 4 of you.
#1 gets my vote by looking most Wellsian.
btw What do these things look like before they become houses? (and what's a breakfast biscuit?)
should answer your questions on both fronts.
I like #2 due to the unconventional windowsReplyDelete
#1 for its country cottage charm with the vine? ivy? growing up the wall, but they are all splendid and would grace Mr Wells's Country.ReplyDelete
Like 'em all but if pressed I'd choose No.1.ReplyDelete