Ok, so I have looked through my swaps/totes stash to find some things to include in my hutch. One thing I wanted was hutch. I found one that is made of resin that I got with a wardrobe as an auction item. I started looking at it and found two bubbles. This is typical of resin and I knew that I could use spackle as a filler to fix it, but I also knew I didn't have any. So I tried paint/glue and that worked for the one on the shelf but not the counter of the base.
This one was really bad. If I had the spackle, might could have fixed it, but I didn't. My answer was to cut the hutch and remove the counter and put it back together with a wood one. I got out my xacto miter and saw and started cutting away. I had little to no problem cutting above to remove the shelves but cutting this counter from the base was harder as I got off alignment. After I corrected my sawing direction, I used a metal rasp type file to sand it as smooth and even as I could. I cut a counter from wood, beveled the edges (like the big one) and glued it all together. I painted the inside shelf area white and the entire outside black.
Here is the finished hutch:
Tray of donuts by Norma Buck. Teapot and sugar are metal minis I painted.
Plates are paper I printed and shaped. Click here to see how I made them?
Here's the full kitchen section:
In the living area, I added two side tables. The tables were purchased as a kit from Suzanne Andrews.
The lamp is from ? More about the sofa can be found on Part 1 of Hutch.
On the top shelf is a bedroom section
The attic section...
Mirror by Nancy White
Here's the entire top of the hutch.
I used a pink seed bead with a yellow no-hole bead center.
Digital zoom is great for those tiny things but not for bigger stuff.
There it is finished and I added a notepad sheet as a label on the back.