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Snowflakes House

Added Nov 12, 2008

by mason

West Monroe, Lou...






I don’t really have a pattern or anything for this. i just put together some scrap wood, made a square box (sturdy enough for my cat to go on top of her house if she wants to) and attached an A-Frame in the front and back using screws. Then covered the whole thing with cloth using staple-gun and glue.

Material Notes

scrap wood
flannel cloth
wood screws
staple gun
decorative lace




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    Nov 14, 2008, 02.48 AMby fordelis

    What a lovely cat house!!! I agree with girls above: so lucky cat! :)))

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    Nov 13, 2008, 09.42 PMby shereciem

    This is sooo cute, I could pee!!

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    Nov 13, 2008, 01.28 AMby mjb14

    That is one lucky cat!

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    Nov 13, 2008, 12.18 AMby anajan

    So, this is carpentry-sewing project!? Well done, girl!

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    Nov 12, 2008, 07.28 PMby Liza Azman

    Yeah, lucky cat! But the same design can be apply to make a playhouse for kids…I always want to make one for my kids, they just really love to play house!

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    Nov 12, 2008, 03.19 PMby emilykate


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    Nov 12, 2008, 02.41 PMby nysister

    How cute! This would make a cool doll house for a little girl too.

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    Nov 12, 2008, 01.20 PMby polychromatin

    Wow, thats cool, lucky cat ;)

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