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Followed instructions and became a fun day project using primarily 1x2's, Kregs jig and glue. Hardest part of this project was keeping our daughter out of Santa's workshop. Thanks to a previous brag post, I used wood shims as an idea for a roof and added the raffia to give Santa hero powers on Christmas morning.  Wood/shims were purchaed at HD; stain, hinges and clasps from a Re-store; raffia from a craft store.  All in probably cost around $40 total with wood and shims being $30 of that.  Note: if you decide to shingle using glue, plan for a LOT of shims and a full bottle of glue if not more. I cut the shims in half to give me double the amount for use. 

Stain/finish and shingles added 2 extra days to this project.

Estimated Cost
$40
Estimated Time Investment
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Type of Wood
Pine with cedar shims
Finish Used
Walnut on frame, honey maple on roof.
Recommended Skill Level
Beginner

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