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Balsam wood is best for structure. For roof, glue two different grades of sandpaper (coarse and coarser) to a piece of poster board or the back of a cereal box. When dry, use scissors and cut out tiny shingles. Make them uniformly cut for realism. For glass windows, I put clear or light blue marbles in a sock and clobber them to smitherines with a hammer then pour the glass out onto tinfoil (two sheets thick) in a tin pie pan or whatever into molds that I make by gluing wood toothpicks together, and bake the glass then in the regular oven until the glass melts. Doesn't take long. Watch closely. That's your window glass. If you can't find balsam at a hobby store, use thin foam rubber sheets that you can get at Walmart hobby department, or tongue depressors or even Lincoln logs as your base and then put siding over the base. That thin foam is best for a realistic siding look. Also, stucco siding looks really good. Use real stucco from the hardware store, just a little is enough. Stucco covers a world of flaws. At Walmart and Home Depot and such they sell tiny, skinny dowels or rods of wood that work for front porch pillars and ballisades. Along the bottom all around the structure skirt it off with flagstones which you create by dropping and breaking different kinds of rocks against each other and collecting the shards and chips to use as stone skirting. To make a rolled up green garden hose, buy a meter of tiny green ribbon cord in notions department or sewing department of Walmart. Use wire cutters to cut out the garden hose sling from a ridged tin veggie can. Shape it to look realistic and mount against the house. Take the green cord and loop around the sling like a garden hose. At the end of the cord, wet with Elmer's glue to seal. Lighting the interior is easy with tiny white Christmas lights. Keep it simple.
Sure and then tell em to join u in the Big Red Barn afterwards.. Shart Shield.. heck let em find their own..