emere wrote: »
Hi @BuildnShare I almost finished my park. I can not even spend half of the budget I guess the important thing is not to exceed the budget, right? Maybe my lots are always cheap or maybe is because I do not like building 2 stories lots for toddlers (they make me nervous).
(I wish we had this budget for the past challenges, lol).
Ainsleyf wrote: »
@suepea - I could not get to your pictures using your link, but so far it's really pretty. The rose bush garden around the outside and that wonderfully crazy shaded picnic area are great! And...oh dear...I went with almost the exact same flower combo in front of my build..yikes...maybe I can come up with something different before i upload.
In any case, we only have until tomorrow so I may not get to finish in time anyway...so if not - I'll just post a pic to be a team player but not enter. I started out with a space camp and was halfway done, then realized it was really geared towards older kids and toddlers were really taking a back seat. SO I bulldozed it and started again. Fingers crossed!
Ainsleyf wrote: »
@suepea - It's working now! Love the splashes of teal in the kitchen. I may have to play with that concept myself! and still loving your rose gardens. Very cool!!
Laydeecee wrote: »
CHALLENGE #78: The Hawthorne Project - Part V
FORUM ID: Laydeecee
ORIGIN ID: Mamatex
LOT: Sunrise Courtyard
LOT COST: 2,000
TOTAL COST: 39,909
LINK TO ENTRY SLIDESHOW: https://imgur.com/a/ultKo
ENTRY DETAILS: A Bright and colorful courtyard style two bedroom home with lots of family gather areas as well as cozy corners for alone time. The courtyard has room to garden and workout or meditate. The eat in area of the kitchen is the perfect place for the children to play while big sis makes dinner.
CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM: Sure
CREDIT FOR CC/RECOLORS: No CC or recolors