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Hello everyone. I would like to share my recent Japanese traditional house. It's made mostly out of popsicle sticks and really inexpensive to make. Feel free to leave any feedback. Thank you.

 
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Really great video Luan, great building skills there with just popsicle sticks
Thank  you, Builder. I think most traditional Japanese houses have a very elegant look, yet very simple layout, so the one I just make is very easy to make :smiling3:
 

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real like your vid, Luan,and very well done on the build as well,I real do like this one,


and yes your right about there home,neat,clean,and very livable, :D
 
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real like your vid, Luan,and very well done on the build as well,I real do like this one,


and yes your right about there home,neat,clean,and very livable, :D
Thank you, Monica. There are still some work for me to do with the house. I've received tips for making it looks old and weathered, so I will start with that :smiling3:
 

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will look forward to seeing how,and what you do with this one,as with wood can still,be a yellowish or a gray,


when aged, 9_9
 
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will look forward to seeing how,and what you do with this one,as with wood can still,be a yellowish or a gray,


when aged, 9_9
I also received a suggestion about painting it with walnut stain color, and I think it's also a good idea. However, I'm still leaning forward making the house looks aged. I will post a picture here when it's done. Thanks for your interest.
 
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