Phil Burt's Doll Barnyard

CONVERTED COUNTRY DOLLHOUSE
Now it's a barn like Uncle Philip's.

SHOP OWNER: Phil Burt
LOCATION: Benton, KY

     I originally made this as a plain no-frills doll house for my two-year-old niece Kelly in 1996. She has played with it for five years now; so it must have been strong to withstand the punishment.
    This past summer she asked me to convert it to a barn, just like her Uncle Philip's. Well, this is the result.
    I know this usually isn't the format for these kinds of projects, but my little Kelly said I am the best woodworker in the world and I need to put this on WoodCentral. So here it is. [EDITOR'S NOTE: Good enough for us, Phil. Nice job!]

. . . Phil Burt

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