These are great for girls, including teens... they are limited edition sketches of Barbies! Lovely for your girly girls! There are ten in all.
Set comes with left and right piece for all three murals, plus plain wall piece. All are filed under paint and cost $3 a tile. As you can see I finally decided to depart from those same yellow/beige walls... I liked doing them a bit for continuity but this was a little bit more different sooo... new colour!
Credit for design goes to Meomi Cloud House.
Hope you find these useful!
The inspiration came to me in one of those lovely creative moments where you aren't even trying to get inspired, it just hits you. I live on the west coast of Canada (around the Vancouver area) so there's lots of forests, mountains, ocean... just lots of NATURE. And it's rarely flat. And so one night it popped into my head - cabin on a hill. A hill covered with BC-esque wildlife - lots of evergreen, lots of ferns.
It was a little ambitious considering that up to this point, I'd only ever made houses on completely flat lots. But considering it was my first crack at building hillside, I love how it turned out! Even my boyfriend, to whom outdoorsy-ness and log cabins totally appeal to (but Simming does not) thought it was really cool.
So without further ado, here is House on a Hill (I couldn't think of a less horror-film sounding title, sorry...)
In other news, I am in the process of tagging all my entries (something I never bothered with before) so that different types of entries and downloads will be easier to find via the tags on my main page. Hope it helps!
They are on the Maxis "Collectible Poster Travel Keeper" mesh which I believe is from Bon Voyage (would make sense..). Credit for the illustrations goes to Julian Baker.
Last night I had a bolt of inspiration to build a trailer park for my Simmies!
This is a lovely, well-maintained community. There are six homes, each the same size but with differing layouts ranging from 2-3 bedrooms. There are semi-private patios - meaning they are furnished before move-in so as to be useful but not private to those in the mobile home, so neighbors and guests can join you for some burgers on the patio. This helps foster Twin Pines' friendly, community atmosphere.
( See the rest of Twin Pines Trailer Park... )
So I fiddled around with the roofline a bit so I could give it a bit of that west coast/craftsman look I wanted... and then the rest was blood, sweat and tears. Well, not really... but I did need to create a version of the rock wall you see on the exterior of the house with siding pieces... which took several rounds of trial and error to get right, but I was in a perfectionist mood. And further in that vein, I gotta say I'm feeling very proud because I used no fewer than seven of my own wallpapers/paints in this house! Makes me feel accomplished!
Anyways, without further ado here is my decoration interpretation of 21 Love St.!