An original reference combining bricks and flint.
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This wall is typical of the mixed stone and brick constructions frequently found in Normandy, and more generally in the north of France. Depending on the region, the nature of the stone used varies from limestone to flint: it is the decoration that will fix the figurative material!
This model is made of 1.2 mm cardboard engraved and laser cut. The stone and brick parts are separated and can therefore be easily decorated separately. They will be assembled before making the joints. The decoration will be done with the paint of your choice, and the assembly by stacking with classic white glue or Cleopatra glue.
With a reference, you can make a wall 25 mm high and 242 mm long visible from one side only (the back side will not be engraved). If your wall is to be visible from both sides, you will need to combine 2 references.
|Materials||carte laser 1.2 mm|
|Sizes (Lxlxh)||242 x 25 x 1.2 mm|
|Implementation||Accessible to all users - The beginners will appreciate|