This house-front room box is a fanciful replica of the home where my father grew up in County Cavan, Ireland. I will do a tutorial for it, though I must admit I would not use picture frames again to create the box itself. The top is Plexiglas with a small hole cut to allow for easy removal. The three sides of frames, joined at the edges, made it difficult to photograph and does obscure the view a bit. The thick walls are made of thick Styrofoam, easily sanded to create depth, and the “rounded” look of old plastered houses.
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