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    Default What to do with leftovers....

    One of the daughters wanted a house for her cat. This is what I've come up with so far. Do any of you recognize where I got most of my side pieces from? Click image for larger version. 

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    That is a hoot! Great idea!

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    that's not just a house, that's the feline Disney... wonderful idea and well done

    Lawrence

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    Thats awesome! I just adopted 2 new kittens myself 2 weeks ago. I had two cats, but one died back in January. It was pretty obvious the remaining cat was lonely, so I figured new additions would cheer him up! I guess I better get to working trying to make something like yours!
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    Very keen artistic eye. Well transformed.
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    Nice job, except everytime I read the title it makes me hungary
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    SharonB, Very impressive project ! I also want to thank you for passing on the " Fairy Door " I'm finally getting
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    Hi Sharon,

    Excellent use of the K-Cup scraps!! What a great imagination you have!
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    Way to go SharonB

    Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Oh, you are just awesome! So cute!
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