Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Breakfast biscuits Little Wars house challenge

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.

20 comments:

  1. All good but I vote for number 3 the Blue House!

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  2. Agreed. I like them all, but #3 is my favorite. A lovely shade of mid-blue. Well done to all the girls!

    Best Regards,

    Stokes

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  3. Any or all would look great on table. My vote is for #1.
    But well done to all of the girls.
    Cheers, Peter

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  4. My wife thinks that #3 looks like Madeline's house - it needs 12 little girls in two straight lines!

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  5. Well done to all involved, but my favorite is #1.

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  6. #2. There are simply too few yellow houses on our gaming tables.

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  7. I suspect number 3 is bigger on the inside...

    I can't choose between them, they're all good, so I will go with #2. :)

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  8. 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.

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  9. Contestant No.1 has a classic look which I like best, however the other buildings have unique charms of their own.

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  10. Couldn't possibly choose....they all look great. Well done girls.

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  11. Number 1, the others are good too

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  12. Now that's what I call parenting!
    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?)

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    1. http://tradgardland.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06/if-h-g-wells-had-known-breakfast.html
      should answer your questions on both fronts.

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  13. I like #2 due to the unconventional windows

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  14. #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.

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  15. Like 'em all but if pressed I'd choose No.1.

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