What did you use? It looks really nice!
This is very clever made, great is that all the crafts we try onion in the miniature world. You are now a plumber :-))liefs Ingrid
Lara - I used part of a snap, wire, beads and one of the "knurled nuts" I found at Lowe's. I used part of a miniaure faucet I had too.Ingrid - I surely wouldn't call myself a plumber but I do wish I made the salary they do!Thanks for your comments!
enjoy your artical, thank you .............................................
Wow Kathi! It looks great!!! You ARE a mini plumber!!
Te ha quedado genial!!!!No veas la cantidad de dinero que has ahorrado, con lo que cobran los fontaneros jejejejebesitos ascension
Awww thanks...I'm wondering if I could try soldering these together? The wire is aluminum? Anyone have any ideas?
Wow! I am impressed! Great job Kathi!
Very clever idea!
That looks very realistic Kathy, very clever of you, using all these bits and make it look so great. I am sure you will have no problem with the assembly part.
That looks great Kathi. I love the colour of the walls too.
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