How to make a Little Wooden House Wonky at the sodalimon Studio

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Here's how we make our wonky houses at the sodalimon studio in Istanbul, Turkey.

We design it, cut the wood, sand it, then paint it. Make your own little wooden house or buy one of our little beauties from us ;-)

Or you could just sit back and watch us make things if you like to view satisfying videos on Youtube. Grab a coffee and watch us draw, cut, saw, sand and paint our little wooden wonky house.

To see more of our woodwork, crafts, art and design visit our Instagram page here..
https://www.instagram.com/sodalimontahta/

See our Website here..
http://www.sodalimon.com/

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