Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - Honey, I Shrunk the House!

25 comments:

  1. We found this tiny house on our road trip in Shepherdstown, WV. I wish we could have taken photos of the small furniture in the house. Everything was made to scale: furniture, kitchen, carpets, lights, and decorations. I would have loved a house like that as a kid!! Heck, I'd love it now...

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  2. LOL! But it looks kind of cozy!

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  3. Ha, ha, ha, you sure have, Silke...that's great! If you just tell me how you did that, I could shrink my behind ;-)

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  4. AW...how super charming! Love it Silke..would love to see in it too..very cool!
    Kiki~

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  5. Wow! Somebody went to a lot of work on that!! Toooo cute!! That would be fun to play in!

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  6. WAY cute! What a lot of skill and work went into building that.

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  7. Wow thats fabulous, love it!!

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  8. Adorable house!! And I love your headline! ☺

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  9. love this.....so quaint and charming.

    i would love to sit inside and have a cup of tea!

    xoxo
    k

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  10. Oh how cute! Wouldn't that make a lovely studio for you!! **kisses** Deb

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  11. I forgot to mention that this is a TWO-STORY house! Bedrooms on the top floor. Deborah, I would not fit at all! Maybe some of my petite friends... ;-) Silke

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  12. I need to know how to do this....I can SHRINK the house to clean it, then BLOW IT BACK UP!!! I think that is an excellent, time saving idea, yes??? :D
    (yes, I'm lazy....)

    XXOO!!
    Anne

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  13. Oh that is sooooo cute! I like Anne's idea about cleaning!

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  14. Hahaha! I agree, Ces, Anne has come up with a great idea! Now, how to make it happen... : ) If you figure it out, let me know!! Silke

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  15. you have to wonder why someone went to all that work...strange, but very cute.

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  16. silke, i can imagine all kinds of poses around this house!

    could anyone fit into either floor? who would rescue them if they got stuck? :)

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  17. I thought I knew that house. Isn't Sheperdstown wonderful? Did you see the colonial garden too?
    I am going to be there again in a couple of weeks. Too bad I missed you:-[
    That town is so colonial, I loved it.

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  18. What a fabulous little house. I love it! Hope you are well and in good creative spirits, Silke. xx

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  19. Oh, I love it! I love tiny things, and tiny houses, is so cute! I want one, jeje.
    Kisses.

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  20. What an adorable little house. You look so cute standing by it!

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  21. Super cute! I cannot believe it's two story. Would love to see the little furniture inside. It's like a giant size doll house! Theresa :)

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  22. How pretty! You on the other hand look like a giant!! (kidding, you always look great)

    Hugs
    Lola xx
    Aglio, Olio e Peperoncino.com

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  23. So cute!!!

    I absolutely love this photo!!!!

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  24. This is adorable and such a precious photo of you! Wouldn't this make a perfect playhouse for a little girl!

    vicki

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