Garrison Logo from Attack on Titan from - Geekiecraft.  Posted by High Tops & Comics!

Garrison Logo from Attack on Titan from - Geekiecraft.  Posted by High Tops & Comics!

Oh dear, I’ve been sucked into Attack on Titan! 
I had to go looking for crosstitch patterns, found this on the GeekieCraft Blog - posted by Empress of Geeks.

Oh dear, I’ve been sucked into Attack on Titan! 

I had to go looking for crosstitch patterns, found this on the GeekieCraft Blog - posted by Empress of Geeks.

Wooo! My quarter scale furniture arrived from Petite Properties!

All this cost me less than $50au.

tastefullyoffensive:

Pizza with extra sausage. [pillow by rockabilly dawgz]

I ❤️ a sleepy sausage dog!

tastefullyoffensive:

Pizza with extra sausage. [pillow by rockabilly dawgz]

I ❤️ a sleepy sausage dog!

(Source: dachshundstuff)

behindbobsburgers:

*Reaching enlightenment* (via comicbooktakeover)

Sitar music and crack-funk. Buuuuuuuutsss….

behindbobsburgers:

*Reaching enlightenment* (via comicbooktakeover)

Sitar music and crack-funk. Buuuuuuuutsss….

Bonus!

Close up of the inside and outside of the walls.  As you can see I forgot that the back of the stained glass paper would be white - d’oh!

Fiddly finials in place, and a shot of the garden fence and steps.  Thank the stars I didn’t have to put them together!

It was a really nice, and quick (took me all of Saturday, with frequent snack, TV and housework breaks) kit to put together from Laser Dollhouses.  I bought this off Ebay - my only gripe being that the postage cost as much as the house to get to Australia :P

First floor drying.  I like to live dangerously so I balanced my jar of water to add weight (the top floor had bowed slightly due to being glued on both sides).

Yay!  A porch with fretwork.

I forgot to take photos of the second floor - I used a blue, flower pattern scrapbooking paper for the wallpaper. 

Base and first floor done!  Second picture is the ceiling/second floor.  In hindsight I didn’t have to cut out all of those little tabs :(

Saturday craft - putting together my 1/48 scale ‘Little Ann’ dollhouse.

I printed out some free dollhouse wallpapers and used Elmer’s Clear School Glue to stick them down.  I had a tiny stained glass printies for the windows as well.  On the right is the flooring (I googled wood flooring and this was one of the results).